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Full text of "1975 Annual Report on Mining, Oil and Gas, and Land Reclamation and Conservation Activities"

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



Harrisburg 







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1975 





ANNUAL REPORT ON MINING, OIL AND GAS/AND 



LAND RECLAMATION AND CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



Harrisburg 




1975 



ANNUAL REPORT ON MINING, OIL AND GAS, AND 
LAND RECLAMATION AND CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
1975 

Page 

The Secretary' 8 Letter Of Submittal To The Governor 5 

Foreword -- Walter N. Heine, Associate Deputy Secretary, 

Office Of Mines And Land Protection 6 

Letter From Walter J. Vicinelly, Commissioner, Office Of 

Deep Mine Safety, To Dr. Maurice K. Goddard, Secretary 7 

Highlights Of Accomplishments 8 

Photographs Of Selected Activities 11 

Maps 20 

Fatal Accident Reports 23 

ANTHRACITE REGION 

Statistical Reports : 

Production, Employes And Fatalities 1870 - 1975 64 

Study Of Anthracite By County 66 

Production Of Coal, Employes And Fatalities By County -- 1975 74 

Summary Of Anthracite Mines, Production And Fatalities By District .... 75 
Production, How Shipped, Average Days Worked, Employes, 

Explosives, Fatal And Nonfatal Accidents 76 

Summary Of Employes By District 77 

Operators Producing 40,000 Or More Tons 78 

Fatal Accidents — 1975 79 

Accidents In Which Five Or More Persons Were Killed - 1847- -1975 80 

County — District Cross Reference List 83 

Production Table : 

Production, etc., Of Anthracite Operators By District 87 

Breakers, Washeries And Preparation Plants 109 

Anthracite Operators 113 

BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 

Statistical Reports : 

Production, Employes And Fatalities 1877 - 1975 121 

Production Of Coal, Employes And Fatals By County 123 

Summary Of Bituminous Coal Mines, Production And Fatalities By District. . 124 

Production Of Coal And Coke - Net Tons 125 

Summary of Bituminous Coal Employes 126 

Operators Producing Over 200,000 Tons Of Deep Mined Coal During 1975 . . . 127 
Operators Producing Over 200,000 Tons Of Strip And Auger Mined Coal 

During 1975 128 

Causes Of Bituminous Fatal Accidents By County 129 

Bituminous Fatal Accident Victims - 1975 130 

Accidents In Which Five Or More Persons Were Killed - 1884- -1975 131 

Study Of Bituminous Coal By County 133 

County- -District Cross Reference List 150 

Production Table : 

Production Of Coal, etc., Of Bituminous Coal Operators By District .... 153 
Geographical Table : 

Geographical Locations, etc., Of Bituminous Coal Mines By District .... 243 

Cleaning Plants And Tipples 315 

Bituminous Coal Operators 321 

Directory 333 



Page 
OIL AND GAS DIVISION 

Tables 1 Through 5 339 

Table 6 - Oil And Gas Inspectors And Districts 380 

PITS AND QUARRIES 

Production Of Minerals - Net Tons 385 

Geographical Formations - By County 387 

Operators - By County 390 



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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 
TV Secretary p - °- •oxuii 



HARRIMUM, HNNtVLVANIA 17 110 

June 3C, 1976 



The Honorable Hilton J. Shapp 

Governor 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120 

Dear Governor Shapp: 

The Department of Environmental Resources herewith submits 
the 1975 Annual Activities Report. The data on bituminous and anthracite 
coal mining is in compliance with the Pennsylvania Bituminous Coal 
Mine Act (July 17, 1961, P.L. 659) as amended, and the Pennsylvania 
Anthracite Coal Mine Act (November 10, 1965, P.L. 346) as amended. 

The highlights of accomplishments reflect continued progress 
in mineral production safety and environmental protection during 1975. 

It is with pleasure that I transmit this record of accomplish- 
ment which is within the program structure established by law and with 
the aim to provide the Commonwealth efficient and effective management. 

This edition represents the 106th consecutive Annual Report 
concerning the Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Mining Activities and 
includes, as well, data on oil and gas and pits and quarries in the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 



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Sincerely yours, / 
MAU&ICE^Kv 'GODDARD 



OFFICE OF MINES AND LAND PROTECTION 
HIGHLIGHTS OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS - 19 75 



FOREWORD 



The continued growth of the bi tuminous coal mining 
industry in Pennsylvania during 1975 required increased 
diligence and dedication by the Department staff to protect 
mine workers' health and safety and control the environmental 
impacts . 

Total mine fatalities matched the all-time low of 
eighteen recorded in 1973 even though this year's production 
exceeded 1973's by over five million tons (six per cent). 
Although this is encouraging , we will continue to strive to 
improve this record. 

Our Bureau of Occupational Health increased its 
activities in controlling silica dust and noise in quarries 
and conducting the miner x-ray program. 

Our Bureau of Surface Mine Reclamation is updating 
mine safety and explosive use standards and revis ing and 
improving erosion and sedimentation control practices in 
coope ration with the indus try . The 27% increase in licensed 
operators foretells a continued surface mine production increase 

Our Bureau of Land Protection ' s oil and gas regulation , 
coal refuse control and mine s ubs idence programs continued at 
a high level as energy sources retained their importance . 

It is apparent , based upon the facts set forth in 
this report, that our important industries can continue to 
grow and prosper while making good progress in health and 
safety and adequately protecting the environment . 

Unfortunately , the reduced level of resources avail- 
able to conduct our programs has res ulted in di fficulties with 
a backlog of applications and reduced frequency of field 
ins pections . We hope this situation can be eventually corrected , 



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WALTER N. HEINE, P.E. 
Associate Deputy Secretary 
for Mines and Land Protection 




COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSVl_v> 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

OFFICE OF DKKP MINK: SAr-KTY 

Fullon Bank Building 

P. O. Box 2063 

MuTi&buig, Pennsylvania 17120 

April 12, 1976 



Honorable Maurice K. Goddard, Secretary 
Department of Environmental Resources 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
Room 202, Evangelical Press Building 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120 

Dear Secretary Goddard: 

I submit herein a brief activities report for the Office of Deep Mine 
Safety as required by the Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Mining Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 

Commonwealth coal production from deep mines rose approximately 2.5 
million tons over 1974 to a total output of 45,790,273. There was a signi- 
ficant increase in the number of deep mine employes, 23,812 this past year 
compared to 20,584 in 1974. Finally, and most important, there were twelve 
(12) fatal accidents in 1975 compared to eighteen (18) in 1974. While 
this is unacceptable, I believe it indicates an improvement which is in my 
estimation directly tied to our increased efforts in the realm of full- 
overhead roof support and safe underground transportation practices. 

I would like to re -emphasize the fact that through your cooperation and 
with the financial assistance of the United States Department of the Interior, 
Pennsylvania continues to lead the nation in the training and education of 
underground coal miners. Whereas last year, we had one training program in 
operation, the mine machine operators training school, we now provide addi- 
tional instruction in mine gas detection and emergency medical training. 
These programs will undoubtedly be required in some form by the Federal govern- 
ment in the years ahead, but I believe we in Pennsylvania should be proud 
of the fact that we are already offering this sophisticated training to our 
coal mine employes. 



Respectfully, / . y 

Walter J .'Vicinelly ^Commissioner 
Office of Deep Mine Safety 



OFFICE OF MINES AND LAND PROTECTION 
HIGHLIGHTS OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS - 1975 



The Department is continuing its efforts in including the public, and 
particularly those segments to be regulated, in the regulation making process. 
A Blaster's Technical Advisory Committee has been established which is comprised 
of citizens and representatives of the surface mining industry, blasting powder 
manufacturers and our universities to advise the Department of proposed regula- 
tions and policies to control the adverse public effects of blasting and to 
encourage safety. 

An Agriculture Advisory Committee has been formed comprised of heads of 
farm associations, Soil Conservation Service, Department of Agriculture and 
Legislative leaders for the purpose of advising the Department on regulations 
and procedures which affect the agricultural community. 

It is through this increased public participation in the Department's 
activities that we expect to formulate meaningful and practical regulatory pro- 
cedures and policies. 

BUREAU OF SURFACE MINE RECLAMATION 

The Bureau controls all aspects of surface mining and is responsible for 
the enforcement of the Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act and the 
Clean Streams Law. 

During the year, applications for mine drainage permits for surface coal 
mines has maintained the high level reached in 1974 as a result of increased 
demand for this source of energy. The Bureau's permit application review work- 
load for pit and quarry operations has returned to its 1973 level. 

The Bureau is continuing its enforcement program to assure proper land 
reclamation, abatement of water pollution, and minimization of complaints over 
blasting. 

The Pennsylvania Coal Industry has for over a year been responding to the 
anticipated improved future for coal consumption by significantly increasing 
production and the number of strip mine operations . These increases are also 
reflected in the fact that the number of mine drainage permits issued in 1975 
has increased approximately 30% over 1974. 

The number of surface coal mine permits issued in 1975 has also increased, 
approximately 26% over 1974. The number of licensed surface mine operators, coal 
and non-coal combined, issued in 1975 has increased approximately 27% over 1974. 

The Bureau conducted training courses throughout the State for persons 
wanting to be examined and certified as blasters: 5 - Seminars were conducted, 
125 persons were trained, 94 for blasters in coal surface mining and 31 for 
blasters in quarries. 



There was also one extensive research program concluded . As the Environ- 
mental Hearing Board had required, Glasgow, Inc., McCoy Quarry was permitted to 
experiment, with advice and consent of the Department, with techniques for re- 
ducing the community impact of its quarry blasting. The report is being final- 
ized for review by the Department to establish blasting procedures for this 
quarry and future mining. The citizens input has helped establish policies 
in both these cases. 



BUREAU OF LAND PROTECTION 

Shortages of manpower continue to retard our rate of progress in all of the 
Bureau's programs. We are recognized as having the most comprehensive solid waste 
law, the only subsidence regulation and insurance program and the most stringent 
coal refuse regulations in the nation. We have been assigned new responsibility 
in coal refuse regulation, hazardous waste management, resource recovery grant 
and loan administration, subsidence grant assistance administration and soil and 
erosion control at drilling sites during the past four years. Yet we are opera- 
ting with no increase in personnel, and in two of our four Divisions with less 
personnel than four years ago. 

Solid Waste Management 

Progress in the solid waste management program was made in enforcement, 
planning and resource recovery. 93 enforcement actions including orders, prose- 
cutions and civil actions resulted in a current total of 116 approved land dis- 
posal sites serving approximately 1/3 of the State's population. State planning 
grant monies were made available for 50% financing of regional market studies to 
determine the potential for utilization of secondary materials from resource 
recovery projects. Acceptable solid waste management plans have now been devel- 
oped for 66 counties and include 3 regional plans. We are now moving into imple- 
mentation of the approved plans. Enforcement procedures to require plan imple- 
mentation were developed and will be initiated soon. Regulations, applications 
and procedures have been finalized for resource recovery grants and loans. The 
appropriation of $2.5 million for grants and changes in loan interest rates and 
payback periods should stimulate activity in resource recovery projects in the 
very near future. 

Oil and Gas 

An independent study of our oil and gas regulatory program was conducted by 
the Interstate Oil Compact Commission. A number of recommendations for improve- 
ments were made and will be implemented. The study was conducted by contract at 
the request of the Bureau. Our efforts to provide information on current drilling 
activity were expanded during the year and now includes the Topographic Survey, 
the Fish Commission, Water Quality Management and Soil S Water Conservation 
Districts. This information sharing activity is intended to prevent and control 
erosion and sedimentation problems from the earthmoving phases of well drilling. 

Mine Subsidence 

Changes in rates and sales techniques in mine subsidence insurance resulted 
in a 13% increase in subsidence insurance policies. Improvements in claims 
settlement procedures were instituted by training and utilizing state personnel 
for claims adjusting rather than a commercial adjustment agency. 



BUREAU OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 

The Department's Bureau of Occupational Health continued its mission to 
prevent occupational diseases among workers who remain under the jurisdiction 
of the Commonwealth program. These include State and local governmental employees 
and workers in mines and quarries other than coal. Priority areas established in 
1974 continued with emphasis still on employee complaints ; prevention of deaths 
and accidents in water and waste water treatment confined spaces; and controlling 
silica dust, noise and other hazards in quarries. 

The majority of employee complaints received this year were transmitted 
through State union representatives. Types of complaints most frequently en- 
countered were: inadequate ventilation; excessive heat or cold; ozone and 
ammonia gases from various reproduction processes ; acid gases from sewer pipe 
cleaning operations ; burns and dermatitis from cleaning compounds; exposures to 
chemicals , welding fumes, solvent vapors and engine exhaust gases at work sites. 

In the confined spaces program, there were no reported deaths and only one 
accident during the year. All municipal sewage and water treatment facilities 
on record in the State have been contacted. The development and implementation 
of safe procedures in line with Department regulations is proceeding in all cases 
and is about 20% complete statewide . 

Considerable effort was expended this year in the routine evaluation of 
State operated maintenance facilities. These are primarily those of the Turnpike 
Commission and the Department of Transportation. The inspection phase of the 
activity is now 99% complete. It is expected that the next year will bring 
significant progress in controlling the occupational disease hazards discovered . 

A federal grant for Childhood Lead Poisoning Control was awarded jointly 
to the Bureaus of Occupational Health and Community Environmental Control. This 
was to establish centralized laboratory facilities for the analysis of lead in 
environmental samples, specifically , paint scraping. The primary source of lead- 
based paint is in substandard housing constructed prior to 1940. Laboratory pro- 
cedures for the analysis of these samples have been developed in the Bureau of 
Occupational Health's laboratory , and appropriate laboratory instruments including 
an Atomic Absorption spectrophotometer have been installed . 

The Bureau also secured and completed a federal contract from the National 
Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to organize and complete the second 
round of medical examinations of working underground coal miners. Thiry-one 
coal companies participated in the study and included 257 coal workers. 



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Special Reclamation Project, Five Acres, Fairchance, Fayette County 

Excavation and incidental coal removal in process at project site. Stumps and pillars of coal removed to elimi- 
nate pit holes caused by subsidence by prior deep mining. Area was being used prior to strip mining the re- 
coverable coal for garbage disposal, junkyard and septic tank waste disposal. 




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Special Reclamation Project, Five Acres, Fairchance, Fayette County 
Backfilling, leveling, grading and planting of vegetation. 




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cent luminaires and two mercury vapor headlights were used to obtain compliance with the pro- 
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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

John C. Panchura, Mine Inspector 11th Bituminous District 

Joseph Reggianni, Assisting Mine Inspector 
Edgar R. Shoemaker, Electrical Inspector 

On March 1, 1975, between 8:20 a.m. and 9:37 a.m., a Una-Trac operator, 23 years of 
age, married, having one child under the age of 18 and having 18 months experience at this 
occupation, 3 years and 9 months total mining experience, was fatally injured when, presumably, 
his head struck the roof knocking him off the cab at Allegheny No. 2 Mine, Penn Allegh Coal 
Company, Incorporated. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim left the drift mouth at approximately 8:20 a.m. with empty Una-Trac for the 
1 North Section to aid on a belt move - time required to travel this 3,400 feet was between 
10 and 15 minutes. The victim was found by a buddy coming out of the mine and the general 
manager and superintendent who were going into the mine. Both parties arrived at the same 
time. The buddy shut off the lights, pump motor and locked the brakes. The victim was 
found on the other side of the machine around 9:37 a.m. - cold and no pulse. 

Investigation showed there was a clearance roof height change from 48 inches to 45 inches 
to 40 inches and 38 1/2 inches at loose roof bolt. As there were no witnesses, it is assumed 
that the light cable caught the roof bolt plate, pulled the victim over the back of the cab into 
the convex of the storage battery compartment and brushed the victim aside. The Una-Trac 
drifted and the victim managed to crawl to the other side of the roadway. The cord of the 
light was broken, hook on the light twisted, belt of the victim broken, and no signs of the 
victim going completely over the battery compartment. Evidence of clothing was on the roof 
bolt plate and rust on the cap lamp cord. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident may be the result of different factors as there were no witnesses. This area 
was graded and filled which limited the height and head clearance. The victim was familiar with 
this area and should have approached with caution. After conducting some slow speed drift 
test runs, it is assumed that he was traveling at a high speed and did not have his mind on 
his work. 

Also, due to the victim's weight (230 - 260 pounds) it was hard for him to bend over 
in the cab and he may have been trying to lean back instead. Also, investigation showed that 
there were pieces of wood still clinging to the roof and scrape portions of the roof showed 
that supplies have been rubbing. Voluntary testimony disclosed that persons traveling this area 
with tractors admitted that there was a hazard but the same was not reported. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by special care and attention being given to the grading 
of roadways which shall be maintained the height of the coal seam. Protruding roof bolts which 
are loose and all other protruding objects shall be removed from the roof area. Need for better 
communications for haulage and transportation. Tight fitting clothes shall be worn by all persons 
operating or working around electrical equipment. This also means loose clothing such as hoods 
worn over the head. Cables on cap lamps shall be tightly secured against the safety helmet. 

Also, areas that are crossbarred or railed shall have approaches clearly marked of the clearance 
and the headroom change. Instruct all operators on low coal transportation hazards. Operators 
shall keep a sharp look-out ahead and examine their equipment before using same. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the management for failure to maintain 
the height of the travelway equivalent to the height of the coal seam after filling and grading. 
Victim must also share the responsibility for not being alert at all times and assumed to be 
traveling at a high rate of speed. Victim was acquainted with this roadway having hauled mantrips 
and supplies through this area. 



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Sketch of Fatal Strip Mine Accident 

Strip Permit No. 56-19 - Kristianson & Johnson Coal Co. 

March 10, 1975 - 42nd Bituminous District 

James Wise, Conservation Inspector 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



James Wise, Mine Conservation Inspector 42nd District 

(*) Charles Hicks, Mine Conservation Inspector Bituminous Strip 

(*) Assisting 

On March 10, 1975, at approximately 11 a.m., a truck driver, 22 years of age, married, 
having three (3) children under the age of 18, with one year's experience at this occupation, 
was fatally injured when the truck he was driving went over an embankment at the surface mine 
operation of Kristianson & Johnson Coal Company under Permit No. 56-19. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim, employed as a truck driver, was hauling spoil, or overburden, from Permit No. 
56-32 to Permit No. 56-19 for fill using a 35 ton off-the-highway end dump truck. At the 
time of the accident, the fill area was 185 feet wide with a barrier being maintained. The trucks 
would pull in and back into the barrier to dump over the edge. The barrier was 3 to 4 feet 
high and 5 to 12 feet wide and was being maintained along the top of the fill area by a dozer. 
The slope was approximately 40 degrees and at the point of the accident was 210 feet to the 
bottom where the truck came to a stop. There were no eye witnesses to the accident and for 
some unknown reason the truck went through the barrier and down over the edge to the bottom. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The truck had to be in gear with the power on to make it go through the barrier. It 
could not be determined whether the throttle stuck, since there were no eye witnesses to the 
accident it cannot be determined what exactly caused the accident. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

The Commission appointed to investigate this fatality (Inspectors at Large Lancaster and 
Leighty and Inspector Wise) agreed that a bumping block at the top of the slope three feet 
in from the edge and made of timber at least twenty-four inches in diameter shall be used as 
a safety barrier. And, at all times, the inby side of the bumping block shall be free of all 
debris so that the truck will bump against the timber at all times. The slope at the dumping 
area leaning towards the bumping block shall be kept the same as was at time of accident and 
that is to a slight rise toward the block. The dumping area at the location of the bumping 
block shall be inspected at various intervals during each shift when dumping is being done to 
insure that the dumping area is maintained in such a way that there shall be no build-up of 
debris on the inby side of bumping block. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

There were no eye witnesses to the accident. It was determined by the Commission appointed 
to investigate this fatality that the victim did not maintain a safe distance from the edge of 
the pile and went over the edge. 



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Sketch of Machinery Accident 

Weimer No. 1 Mine - Weimer Coal Company 

March 27, 1975 - 25th Bituminous District 

Robert E. Fulton, Mine Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Robert E. Fulton, Mine Inspector 25th Bituminous District 

Steve W. Marsinek, Electrical Inspector 



On March 27, 1975, at approximately 10:45 a.m., a utilityman, employed as a high-lift 
operator at the time, 28 years of age, married, having 2 children under the age of 18, and having 
3 months experience as a high-lift operator, 8 years total mining experience was fatally injured 
when he was pinned between the cab and frame of a machine at the Weimer No. 1 Mine, Weimer 
Coal Company. 



DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was in the process of backing a rubber-tired case car loader, Model W9, down 
a grade of approximately 12 percent. As he was backing up, he ran the right side of the machine 
up onto the right bank of the roadway causing the machine to roll over and pinning the operator 
between the cab and frame of the machine. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 
This accident was the result of the victim not having control of the machine. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMDLAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the operator facing direction of travel and maintaining 
control at all times when other than maneuvering machine at the loading site. The loading bucket 
shall be maintained in the proper position to prevent over-balancing of the machine. 

Also, roll bars are recommended, which are already recommended by the Federal government. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim for improperly operating 
and failing to maintain control of the machine. 




Sketch of Fatal Roof Fall Accident 

Marianna No. 58 Mine - Bethlehem Mines Corp. 

April 11, 1975 -- 26th Bituminous District 

A. M. Pawlosky, Mine Inspector 



Location: 2 Butt off 4 Butt-30 Right 
Scale: 1" - 20' 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

A. M. Pawlosky, Mine Inspector 26th Bituminous District 

On April 11, 1975, at approximately 9:00 p.m., a general laborer, employed as a hand 
rockduster, 36 years of age, married, having 2 children under the age of 18, and having 1 month 
experience at this occupation 1 month total mining experience, was seriously injured when he 
was struck by a fall of slate in the Marianna No. 58 mine of the Bethlehem Mines Corporation. 

The victim died as a result of said injuries on May 25, 1975. 



DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

On April 11, 1975 a fall of slate measuring 18 inches wide, 24 inches long and 2 1/2 inches 
thick struck the victim near the working face while he was rockdusting by hand. The victim 
was instructed by the assistant mine foreman to hand rockdust the No. 4 Block in 4 Butt. As 
he was rockdusting the piece of slate fell from between the roof bolts and struck him, causing 
him to fall on a coneshaped piece of rib slate which had previously been scaled down. 

The assistant foreman was standing within 6 feet of the victim when the accident occurred. 
The foreman stated that he examined the working place together with the victim before he told 
him to rockdust. This is a retreat section and at the time if investigation, it appeared that 
there was excessive roof and side pressure. 

The injured received a broken left leg, fractured pelvis and internal injuries and died on 
May 25, 1975 as a result of the same. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of excessive roof and side pressure in this section and the fact 
that this place was cut above the regular roof coal and exposing the upper slate (which was 
bolted) that fell on the victim. Also, the slate was deteriorated together with natural conditions. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by closer observation and determination of the immediate 
roof conditions. Also, a more thorough examination of the working places should be made by 
the foreman in charge, especially on retreat work that shows excessive roof and side pressure. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the foreman in charge for failure 
to closely observe the roof conditions as the victim was an apprentice miner with only 1 month 
experience underground. 



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BETHLEHEM MINES CORPORATION 

ELLSWORTH DIVISION 

MINE NO. 60 

SCENE OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

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AT 4:00 P.M. APRIL 15, 1975 

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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Stephen A. Fredrick, Mine Inspector 7th Bituminous District 

Joseph Reggianni, Assisting Mine Inspector 

On April 15, 1975, at approximately 4:00 p.m., a supply foreman, 55 years of age, married, 
having 1 child under the age of 18, and having 9 years experience at this occupation, 38 years 
total mining experience, was fatally injured when he was crushed by a shuttle car against a coal 
rib at Somerset No. No. 60 Mine, Bethlehem Mines Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

During the day shift of April 15, 1975, the shuttle car operator complained to the section 
foreman that the tram switch pedal was sticking on the shuttle car. The foreman had the section 
repairman clean and grease the linkage. The shuttle car was then working fine but at 2:30 p.m. 
the miner broke down and the shuttle car was not needed. 

The victim was in charge of a crew that delivered and unloaded supplies between shifts. 
The victim and crew arrived at the section as the day shift crew was leaving and immediately 
stripped the ramp of loaded cars and placed their supply cars at the ramp to be unloaded into 
shuttle cars. The victim told one of the men of his crew that he was going to teach him to 
operate a shuttle car. The man got into the operator's seat and engaged the tram switch and 
the car went across the intersection into a break-through striking and dislodging one timber leg 
and bumping two others that were under saddled rails. The victim then told him to drive to 
No. 5 Entry towards the ramp. He drove to the opposite rib which he struck. The shopman 
then advised the victim to let his buddy, who knew how to operate a shuttle car, take the 
car to the ramp. The victim told him to keep quiet, that he was the boss. He then advised 
the man he was teaching to go to the No. 5 Entry and as he started to go he told the victim 
that the tram switch was sticking. The victim reached into the cab and hit the panic bar. The 
car drifted down the Entry causing two shopmen to run out of the way. Again the shopman 
told the victim he would get his buddy to operate the car. Again the victim told him to shut 
up. The victim then told the man operating the car that if an emergency occurred, push the 
panic bar. The victim then reached between the rib and the canopy post into the cab and 
turned on the pump motor. Because the tram switch was stuck in the down position, the car 
lurched forward pinning the victim and crushing his upper chest. The shopman then got into 
the operator's seat and backed the car out, freeing the victim. 

The victim was given mouth to mouth resuscitation until oxygen was brought in. He was 
pronounced dead on the surface at 5:45 p.m. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of an in-experienced shuttle car operator being trained to operate 
in a bad section. Also, the tram switch, which day shift thought was repaired, was found to 
be faulty during investigation. Also, the victim placed himself in a dangerous position. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by all workmen thinking and keeping aware of the 
hazards of the industry and by not placing themselves in dangerous positions. The training of 
shuttle car operators shall be done in sections that are free of timber legs and muddy tramways. 

Also, immediately inspect all 10 SC shuttle cars in the Ellsworth Division that have this 
type of tram switch. Faulty equipment shall be taken out of service immediately and shall not 
be put back into service until necessary repairs are made and equipment is in safe operating 
condition. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim for placing himself in 
a dangerous position. 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Bryce C. Putman, Mine Conservation Inspector 47th District 

Bituminous Strip 

On April 16, 1975, at approximately 8:55 p.m., an oiler, 32 years of age, married, having 
four children under the age of 18, with approximately four and one-half years experience at 
this occupation, was fatally injured when the drag cable broke at crows foot, whipping back 
and struck the victim in chest. Death occurred approximately 9 days after accident. Accident 
occurred at a surface mine operation of the Jones & Brague Mining Company under Mining Permit 
No.7-27 in Hamilton Township, Tioga County. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim, employed as an oiler, with grease gun in hand, positioned himself on step to 
right catwalk in front of machine in anticipation the operator would stop for the dinner hour, 
which is when oilers grease the machine. The machine operator was loading the bucket with 
the last pass before shutting down for dinner when the drag cable broke at the crows foot. 
(The crows foot is device that cable is attached to at the bucket.) The cable, 1-5/8 inch in 
diameter, broke, flew back towards the machine and struck victim in the chest and shoulder, 
breaking his back and collar bone and causing facial cuts. Victim fell two feet to the cat. Operator 
lowered victim's body to ground where he remained unconscious for approximately five minutes. 
Operator went to house located about one-half mile away and called ambulance. Victim 
transported to Robert Packer Hospital at Sayre, Pennsylvania, where he died nine days later from 
these injuries. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The cause of the accident was internal cable failure. Records show that cable that broke 
had been inspected visually ten hours before accident occurred. Cable had 665 hours of work 
on it and 65 hours since it had been resocketed at the crows foot. Visual inspection of cable 
showed no excessive wear. Victim was standing in an unsafe area while machine was in motion. 

MEANS* OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

Safety Rule No. 209.22, Paragraph (B), was violated by the actions of victim. Orders have 
been issued by Mine Inspector and Company that no person shall ride or stand on the front 
of cat walks or steps of machinery while in motion. Operators of machinery are to stop machines 
when someone is seen to be in a dangerous position. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

Primary responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim because of his failure 
to abide by the observe good working habits and having violated the Safety Regulations. 
Management must also share responsibility for not having issued specific instructions to all machine 
operators to stop machinery when someone is seen to be in a dangerous place. 



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Strip Permit No. 59-19 - Elliot Coal Mining Company, Inc. 

May 2, 1975 - 43rd Bituminous District 

Charles N. Hicks, Conservation Inspector 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



Charles N. Hicks, Mine Conservation Inspector 43rd Bituminous District 

Nile Linberg, Mine Conservation Inspector (Assisting in investigation) 

On May 2, 1975, at approximately 6:50 p.m., a dragline operator, 47 years of age, married, 
with twenty-five years experience at this occupation, was fatally injured when he fell into the 
clutch assembly at a surface mine operation of Elliot Coal Mining Company, Inc. under Permit 
No. 59-19. 



DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim, employed as a dragline operator, commenced shift at 4:30 p.m. on a 728 Page 
Dragline removing overburden from coal. The oiler ran the dragline until 6:30 at which time 
victim told the oiler to go eat lunch and he would operate the machine until time to grease. 
Victim stopped machine with bucket sitting on bench in parked position. (Oiler said drag friction 
had been slipping.) Oiler saw victim standing on top of drag drum with engine running. Oiler 
wanted to stop engine but victim told him it was okay to do the greasing. When oiler returned 
inside machine he did not see victim and he began looking for him. He saw a cap going around 
with the master clutch. The oiler immediately stopped the engine. He found the victim entangled 
in the master clutch at 6:50 p.m. The oiler immediately summoned help on CB Radio. Victim 
was taken to the Clearfield Hospital and was pronounced dead at 10 p.m. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

Victim was in area of master clutch with engine running, placing himself in an are* mat 
he had been told many times not to enter when the engine was running. Victim slipped or 
fell from drag drum and became entangled in master clutch with engine running. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

Making it an absolute rule to stop the engine before entering the area of master clutch. 
Management should see that order is observed. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsiblity for this accident must be placed on the victim. He continued to ignore 
the warnings from operator of opposite shift and also from oilers regarding going into area of 
master clutch when the engine was running. 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Edward C. Urbany, Mine Inspector 4th Bituminous District 

Stephen W. Marsinek, Electrical Inspector 

On May 21, 1975, at approximately 7:50 a.m., a rockdust motorman, 25 years of age, married, 
having 2 children under the age of 18, and having 1 year and 9 months experience at this 
occupation, 5 years total mining experience, was fatally injured when he was squeezed between 
the top of the locomotive and the roof at the Warwick No. 3 Mine, Duquesne Light Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

A trip of an 8-ton locomotive and a 13-ton locomotive was parked on the No. 4 Left, 
1 North straight haulage inby the butt switch. The victim and his buddy were waiting for the 
portal bus to leave the section before rockdusting. 

After the portal bus left, his buddy (operator of the outby locomotive) asked him if he 
was going to push the trip back through the switch and he told his buddy no, he (victim's buddy) 
should do it. His buddy then proceeded to pull the trip back through the switch for approximately 
100 feet with a grade of approximately 2.6 percent against the locomotive when he heard an 
outcry and stopped the trip. He got off the locomotive and went back to the trail locomotive 
where he found the victim lying with his head toward the trolley wire and his feet dangling 
over the locomotive on the clearance side. The controller of the victim's locomotive was in 
the off position and the trolley pole was against the mine roof - 2 inches from the trolley wire. 

The victim was pronounced dead on the surface. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident, it is believed, was the result of the victim attempting to retrieve the trolley 
pole while the trip was in motion, causing him to be squeezed between the top of the locomotive 
and the mine roof. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by no attempt to retrieve a trolley pole being made 
while any transportation vehicle is in motion. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 
The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim. 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Lester D. Kimmel, Mine Inspector 16th Bituminous District 

Frank Jurczak, Electrical Inspector 

On July 16, 1975, at approximately 5:30 a.m., a mechanic, 23 years of age, married, having 
2 children under the age of 18, and having 2 years experience at this occupation, 4 years and 
4 months total mining experience, was fatally injured when he was crushed by the boom of 
the loading machine at Florence No. 1 Mine, The Florence Mining Company. 



DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

Just prior to the accident, the victim had stopped the operator and had him shut off the 
machine until he went past it. The operator watched him until he had proceeded 4 to 5 feet 
outby the boom; he then started the machine and backed it up 4 to 5 feet. At this time he 
looked back and saw the victim pinned between the boom and the rib. The miner helper also 
saw him at this time. 

The victim for some unknown reason had traveled back to the boom of the miner without 
giving the operator a signal. This was after he had already made arrangements with the miner 
helper to bring him a load of posts. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of different possibilities as none of the persons involved actually 
saw the victim get pinned. 

First, after having been in the clear, the victim may have started back to say something 
more to the operator. Also, there is a possibility that the trailing cable may have been in the 
runway and he was attempting to put it along the rib. 

There is also the possibility that the shuttle car coming back toward the miner may have 
caused him to start back along the boom even though he had only 15 feet to get to the intersection. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the machine operator not energizing any piece of 
equipment until he has absolutely determined that everyone is in a safe position. Also, the 
number of persons at the face shall be limited to the operator and his helper during the mining 
and if anyone else does approach the miner, it shall be shut off until they have completed their 
business and left or are in the clear. 



RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim as he placed himself in 
a dangerous position, after being clear, without signaling the operator. 

The machine operator is also responsible as he did not determine that everyone was in the 
clear before backing up, and watching the face instead of the boom. 

Management is responsible for not enforcing and carrying out these provisions. 



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Sketch of Fatal Strip Mine Accident 

Strip Permit No. 568-2 - Rosini's Inc. 

July 23, 1975 - 34th Bituminous District 

William Sray, Conservation Inspector 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



William Sray, Mine Conservation Inspector 34th District 

Bituminous Strip 

On July 23, 1975, at approximately 9:40 a.m., a highlift operator, 44 years of age, married, 
having two (2) children under 18 years of age, with approximately five years experience at this 
occupation, was fatally injured when highlift overturned, pinning victim underneath cab of 
machine. Accident occurred at the surface mine operation of Rosini's, Inc. under Mining Permit 
No. 568-2 in McDonald, Pennsylvania, Allegheny County. 



DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim, after dumping a load of spoil, proceeded to travel backward in highlift for another 
bucket of spoil. Approximately 38 feet from the area where the spoils had been dumped, the 
highlift rammed into an offset in the highwall, causing the machine to overturn. The victim 
was found underneath the outside of the cab of the highlift with injuries to the upper torso 
and head. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The cause of the accident was the highlift overturning and resting on its side. In traveling 
backward, highlift went off the regular pathway and rammed the edge of the highwall and 
overturned. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

All haulways for disposal of spoil should be far enough away from the highwall side. Safety 
belts should be used. 



RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim for not being alert while 
traveling backward with the machine and also for not using the safety belts that were provided 
on the machine. 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



Bernard C. Snyder, Mine Conservation Inspector 35th District 

Bituminous Strip 



On August 12, 1975, at approximately 1:30 a.m., a bulldozer operator, 39 years of age, 
married, having three (3) children under 18 years of age, with approximately three years experience 
at this occupation, was so seriously injured due to a fall on spoil pile at the surface mine operation 
of P & N Coal Company under Mining Permit No. 32-72 in Wayne Township, Armstrong Couty, 
that he died on August 13, 1975. 



DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

There were no eyewitnesses to the accident. The victim reported for work for the 4:30 
p.m. shift. Some time after midnight, the bulldozer broke down and victim was directed to 
remove parts of bulldozer for repairs the following day, and then to go home. A fellow workman, 
the last person to see the victim, noted the victim heading for the storage area for oil for the 
dozer and then he assumed the victim went home. The other workman, leaving for home at 
approximately 2:30 a.m., noticed the victim's car still at the storage area. A search ensued and 
victim was found lying on the spoil pile where it is assumed he fell on descending a steep part 
of the spoil, striking his head on a rock. Victim was carrying a flashlight when accident occurred 
and it was still burning, which aided the searching party. Victim was taken to Armstrong County 
Memorial Hospital and later transferred to Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh. Victim never 
regained consciousness. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

Accident was caused by victim having chosen a hazardous route from the bulldozer to the 
storage area, over and descending a steep and slippery portion of spoil, rather than using the 
access road from the pit, which was free of obstacles. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

Employees at all times when walking, especially at night, should use routes free of rocks, 
spoil and other obstacles instead of ascending and descending steep and hazardous spoil areas. 



RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim for selecting hazardous 
route from the spoil area rather than the road from the pit to the storage area, which was free 
of rocks and other obstacles. 



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Thomasville, Pennsylvania 
Thomasville Mine 
August 18, 1975 - Fatal Accident 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

William M. Smith, Deep Mine Inspector for East District 

Non-Coal Mines 



On August 18, 1975, at approximately 7:00 a.m., a mine foreman, 61 years of age, married, 
and having 12 years experience at this occupation, 38 years total mining experience, was fatally 
injured in a truck accident at Thomasville Mine, Thomasville Stone and Lime Company. 



DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

At 7:00 a.m., the beginning of the day shift, the foreman (victim) had assigned his men 
to their work. He then went out and got into his pickup truck to take a buddy up to the 
top of the quarry to get a truck. Meanwhile another fellow worker had gotten into a Euclid 
water tank truck. The victim went around one side of the day house and his fellow worker 
went around the other side and the two trucks collided. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of neither the victim nor his fellow worker taking adequate 
precautions in that neither man looked closely enough. The road in back of the day house 
should have had a stop sign or a one-way sign since the corner was dangerous. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 



A similar accident can be prevented by making the road in back of the day house one-way 
off the main road. This was done immediately. 



RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must first be placed on the victim for not having his 
truck under control at a bad intersection. 

Also, his fellow worker for coming out of a blind intersection without proper precautions. 
And, the company for not recognizing the possible danger at this intersection. 



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C. F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 10th Bituminous District 

On September 10, 1975, at approximately 2:50 a.m., a general laborer, 33 years of age, 
married, having 1 child under the age of 18, and having 4 years and 8 months experience at 
this occupation, 4 years and 8 months experience of mining, was fatally injured when his head 
was crushed between a beam and the roof at Jane 1-2 Mine, Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal 
Company. 



DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The labor crew started to work on the 12:01 shift and proceeded to the 8 Butt East Section 
where they were met by the general foreman. The victim and the foreman entered the intake 
entry to the No. 6 Shaft where the foreman explained the job to be done - to set steel I beams 
and to remove the cribbing that was obstructing the ventilation. During this time the other 
crew members loaded supplies for the job and did other work in the area. The victim went 
to get the scoop tractor and after positioning it, they slid an I beam into the bucket of the 
scoop tractor. At this time, the victim, who had been operating the scoop, assigned one of 
the men to operate the controls. 

He then positioned himself next to the scoop bucket along side of the I beam while two 
other men were at opposite ends of it. The victim then instructed the operator of the scoop 
to raise the bucket. When he did, the bucket caught on the crib that had been set. At this 
time, the victim ordered the operator to put more pressure on the scoop bucket and as he did, 
the bucket broke loose and raised up. As it did, the I beam laying on the bucket, with one 
end against the roof, pushed the other end against the roof and caught the victim, who had 
his head over the top of the I beam. He died instantly of a crushed skull. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of using a scoop tractor to position a steel I beam to be set 
for roof support in an area congested with posts and cribs; and by the victim inadvertently placing 
himself in a precarious position. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by not using a scoop tractor to raise roof supports 
in a position for setting. 



RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim for inadvertently placing 
himself in an unsafe position. 

Also management must assume the responsibility for allowing equipment to be used to do 
a job that was neither designed nor suitable for use. 



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Strip Permit No. 147-8 - John Teeter Coal Company 
September 19, 1975 - 45th Bituminous District 
Wayne A. Morrison, Conservation Inspector 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



Wayne A. Morrison, Mine Conservation Inspector 45th District 

Charles Hicks, Mine Conservation Inspector (Assisting) Bituminous Strip 

On September 19, 1975, at approximately 8 a.m., a dragline operator, 25 years of age, 
married, having two (2) children under 18 years of age, with approximately three (3) years 
experience at this occupation, was fatally injured when his clothing got caught in the mechanism 
of his machine at a surface mine operation of John Teeter Coal Company under Mining Permit 
No. 147-8 in Karthaus Township, Clearfield County. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim reported to work for the 7 a.m. shift. He worked for approximately an hour 
when he brought the dragline to rest. He apparently decided to adjust the hoist brake and 
in so doing, his clothing caught in some bolts of the turning shaft, thus drawing the victim into 
the mechanism of the machine and tightened his clothing around the body, squeezing him. Victim 
was found by the oiler, who immediately disengaged the master clutch and stopped the engine. 
Karthaus ambulance was called and victim was immediately transported to Clearfield Hospital. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The accident was caused by the victim failing to disengage the master clutch on machine 
before attempting to make adjustments to hoist brake. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 
Be certain that master clutch is disengaged when mechanical work is to be done on a dragline. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim because before attempting 
to make any adjustments to the hoist brake, he erred in failing to disengage the master clutch. 



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Margaret No. 7 Mine -- Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co. 

October 1, 1975 - 10th Bituminous District 

C. F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 






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REPORT OF FATAi, ACCIDENT 

C. F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 10th Bituminous District 

On October 1, 1975, at approximately 5:15 a.m., a mechanic trainee, 31 years of age, married, 
having 2 children under the age of 18, and having 2 years and 2 months experience at this 
occupation, 2 years and 2 months total mining experience, was fatally injured by a rock fall 
at Margaret No. 7 Mine, Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The loading crew in the 1 North Section spent the shift loading approximately five or six 
lifts from the stumps and chain pillars in the No. 1 Room and the crosscut to the left of the 
No. 1 Room. A few minutes after 5:00 a.m., the crew finished mining a lift from the left 
crosscut and they decided to set additional posts in the opening across No. 1 Room to the right 
before extracting the last block of coal between the room and crosscut. 

The victim was setting a post at the edge of the bolted area and placed himself beyond 
the bolted area in order to wedge a cap-piece on top of the post. At this time one of the 
men noticed his position and told him to get back under the bolted area. But before the victim 
could respond, a section of roof suddently collapsed and caught the victim. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the victim inadvertently placing himself in a precarious position 
and his failure to heed the warning of a fellow workman. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by no advancement beyond the supported area after 
final mining. Also, sufficient roof support shall be placed immediately after the completion of 
the mining cycle. This will not necessitate the need for additional support. Also, be careful 
and thorough when examining an area; and be responsive to help from others. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim for placing himself in 
a precarious position and for his failure to heed the warning from a fellow workman. 

Also, the foreman must share the responsibility as he failed to detect the true condition 
of the area. 



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Reading Anthracite Company 
Trevorton Silt Pond 
Injured - November 1, 1975 
Died - December 3, 1975 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



Clarence E. Kashner, Mine Inspector 8th Anthracite District 

On November 1, 1975, at approximately 7:00 a.m., a truck driver, 63 years of age, married, 
and having 13 years and 6 months experience at this occupation, 13 years and 6 months total 
mining experience, was injured when caught under a Euclid truck at Trevorton Silt Pond, Reading 
Anthracite Company. 

The victim died December 3, 1975 as a result of his injuries. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was driving one of the Euclid trucks being loaded with refuse material 200 feet 
north of the silt pond and transported south to widen the east berm of the pond. 

It is assumed that the motor which controls the power steering and brakes may have stalled 
and he tried to jump from the cab of the truck and caught his foot in the ladder which in 
turn threw him under the vehicle. 

The truck came to a stop at the edge of the berm with the victim's left hip and knee 
under the rear dual wheels and the rest of his body extended under the vehicle to the rear 
housing. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

It is assumed that this accident is the result of the motor, which controls the power steering 
and brakes, failing and the victim trying to jump from the cab of the truck catching his foot 
in the ladder which in turn threw him under the vehicle. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the driver remaining in the cab of the truck until 
cause of motor failure can be determined and corrected. 



RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 
The responsibility for this accident must be placed jointly on management and the victim. 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



Paul H. Hyatt, Mine Inspector 7th Bituminous District 

Robert J. Monaghan, Mine Inspector 

On November 5, 1975, at approximately 10:30 a.m., a motorman, 57 years of age, married, 
having 1 child under the age of 18, and having 39 years experience at this occupation, 39 years 
total mining experience, was fatally injured when struck by a trip at Somerset No. 60 Mine, 
Bethlehem Mines Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim and his buddy were at the bottom of the slope waiting for three (3) cars of 
rock dust. The hoisting engineer pulled the three (3) cars of rock dust, the dummy car and 
the supply car from the supply track on the surface. The slope attendant was making preparations 
to drop the supplies when the rope broke and the trip ran down the slope. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the rope breaking on the surface and a loaded trip running 
away on the slope. Also, failure of the wreck latch at the slope entrance to wreck the trip. 

It also appears that communication between the top men and the bottom men was not 
adequate. 

Also, shelter holes not provided on slope. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the following: 

1) No one shall be along the track or slope bottom when supplies are dropped. 

2) There shall be a wreck switch at top of slope to prevent cars from running away until 
all preparation is made to drop cars. 

3) There shall be a new rope installed on the hoist and inspected as required by the 
Bituminous Coal Mining Laws of Pennsylvania. 

4) There shall be a new foolproof communication system between top and bottom men 
and hoisting engineer. 

5) There shall be a signal light system and available system to warn the bottom men when 
a trip is to be dropped in the slope. 

6) We recommend the company put a brake car into effect on the slope. 

7) Shelter holes shall be provided on the slope haulage. 

8) The previously built shanties at the bottom slope shall not be used as waiting stations 
or shelter holes. A safe place shall be provided for the bottom men away from the 
slope. 

9) Rope shall be inspected as required by law and repaired or changed when necessary. 

10) The mine examiner shall make the required examinations in the slope and report all 
violations. 

11) The hoisting engineer must have confirmation from the bottom crew that it is safe 
to drop supplies in the slope. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on management for not providing adequate 
wreck latches. The rope on the hoist was badly worn and there was inadequate communication. 
It is the responsibility of the company to see that the supply crew works in a safe manner. 

The injured is responsible in that he was not in a safe place until the supplies were on 
the bottom. 



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Sketch of Fatal Transportation Accident 
David Mine -- Canterbury Coal Company 
November 10, 1975 -- 11th Bituminous District 
J. C. Panchura, Mine Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

J. C. Panchura, Mine Inspector 11th Bituminous District 

C. F. Kelly, Assisting Mine Inspector 

E. R. Shoemaker, Assisting Electrical Inspector 

On November 10, 1975, at approximately 9:45 a.m., a supply motorman, 55 years of age, 
married and having approximately 4 years experience at this occupation, 37 years total mining 
experience, was fatally injured when he jumped from trip and hit mine rib at David Mine, 
Canterbury Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim and his buddy consist of the regular supply team for David Mine which haul 
supplies on the day shift. Both men are capable of operating a locomotive; each use their own 
motor and take turns in operating as a lead or trail motor. On November 10, 1975, the crew 
picked up an Irvin supply truck with wooden crib blocks and a Kersey car with wooden crossbars. 
This was their second trip into the mine. 

After consolidating the trip, the victim, operating a G.E. 7-ton rebuilt locomotive, for some 
unknown reason proceeded into the mine before his buddy could couple on with his trail motor 
which was normal procedure. His buddy did not catch up with him until he hit the North 
Shop. The victim was pulling through the switch on the top of 2 East Hill where the trip 
is properly spragged by placing two (2) skids under each car - one on the wire side and one 
on the clearance side. 

His buddy then stopped to talk to a mechanic about some drinking water for the shop 
thinking the victim would wait for him at the point where the trip is spragged before going 
to the derail. Leaving the mechanic, his buddy rounded the curve and saw that the trip was 
gone. Going over the hill, he found the victim on the west side out-by the derail and the trip 
wrecked. 

It is assumed that the victim lost control of his trip and bailed out of the cab, was rolled 
and thrust head first against the rib. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the victim placing himself in a dangerous and unsafe situation 
by proceeding to the top of the grade without a trailing locomotive. The opinion is that the 
victim lost control of the trip as there was no evidence that the trip was spragged. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by placing a derail at the top of the grade in such 
a manner that the trip has to come to a complete stop to close the derail. Both supply locomotives 
shall be provided with communications. A signal block system shall be installed in the 2nd 
East. Management shall take a closer look at the supply haulage system, explain all the hazards 
there are in transportation to all personnel involved and provide, use and maintain all safety 
devices required. Management shall accept nothing but a strict enforcement of the safety rules. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

Since there were no actual eye witnesses and no mechanical defects on the locomotive, the 
responsibility for this accident shall be placed on the victim and his buddy for placing the deceased 
in a dangerous situation. Also, his buddy for condoning bad practices along with not being 
cautious at all times. 



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60 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 



Michael Phillips, Mine Inspector 22nd Bituminous District 

E. H. Pauley, Assisting Mine Inspector 

E. R. Shoemaker, Assisting Electrical Inspector 

On November 20, 1975, at approximately 5:15 a.m., a loading machine operator, 51 years 
of age, married, and having 4 months experience at this occupation, 2 years and 6 months total 
mining experience, was fatally injured when he was caught between tail and blade of scoop tractor 
at No. 78 Mine, Bethlehmem Mines Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

From testimony of the scoop operator, after loading the last scoop of rock the victim trammed 
the loading machine back to an area drier than the face area - which was in the dip part of 
No. 3 Entry of North Mains - to repair a hydraulic oil leak on the elevating jack of the tail 
of the loading machine. 

When the scoop operator was returning to the face to get another load of rock, and not 
knowing the loading machine was trammed back, ran into it while assuming that the victim was 
in front of the tail of the loading machine jacking the tail up with a hydraulic jack. 



CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the lack of good communication between the loading machine 
operator (victim) and the scoop operator. Also, no warning signs were posted by the victim. 



MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by establishing better communications among all workmen 
in and around the mine. And, establishing warning and danger signs in blind areas where temporary 
work is to be performed. 



RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim for not letting the scoop 
operator know that he was going to tram the loading machine back to a new location. 



61 



ANTHRACITE 
REGION 

STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



63 



ANTHRACITE REGION 
Production, Employes, Fatalities, 1870 to 1975 















Fatal- 
















ities 


No. 














Per 


of 












Produc- 


1,000,000 Mine 






Washery 






tion 


Tons 


In- 




Production 


and Bank Stripping 


Fatal- 


per 


Pro- 


spec- 


Year 


(Net Tons) 


Production* Production* Employes 


ities 


fatality 


duced 


tors 




# 




# 


# 


# 


# 


# 


1870 


14,172,004 




35,600 


211 


67,166 


14.89 


5 


1871 


15,532,252 




37,488 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


1872 


15,567,973 




44,745 


223 


69,811 


14.32 


5 


1873 


21,001,521 




48,199 


264 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


1874 


19,930,240 




53,402 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


1875 


23,402,646 




69,966 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


1876 


23,440,666 




70,474 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


1877 


24,727,213 




66,842 


194 


127,460 


7.85 


6 


1878 


20,900,966 




63,964 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


1879 


31,036,600 




68,847 


262 


118,460 


8.44 


6 


1880 


27,974,532 




73,373 


202 


138,488 


7.22 


6 


1881 


34,202,558 




76,031 


273 


125,284 


7.98 


7 


1882 


35,057,430 




82,200 


295 


118,839 


8.41 


6 


1883 


37,747,369 




91,421 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


1884 


36,468,738 




101,073 


332 


109,846 


9.10 


6 


1885 


38,232,155 




100,320 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


1886 


38,950,932 




103,044 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


1887 


42,156,300 




106,517 


316 


133,406 


7.50 


7 


1888 


46,635,037 




122,218 


364 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


1889 


43,650,768 




119,646 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


1890 


44,986,286 




119,919 


378 


110,011 


8.40 


7 


1891 


49,701,322 




123,308 


428 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


1892 


51,226,978 




130,300 


418 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


1893 


52,841,110 


c 


138,069 


456 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


1894 


50,966,920 


386,960 


139,939 


446 


114,276 


8.75 


8 


1895 


56,948,756 


386,534 


143,705 


421 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


1896 


53,843,250 


527,809 


150,088 


502 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


1897 


52,581,036 


732,743 


149,557 


423 


124,305 


8.04 


8 


1898 


52,812,675 


697,759 


142,420 


411 


129,498 


7.78 


8 


1899 


60,518,331 


1,055,426 


140,604 


461 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


1900 


57,363,396 


1,818,170 


143,824 


411 


139,570 


7.16 


8 


1901 


67,094,665 


2,009,864 


147,651 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


1902 


41,340,935 


2,965,792 


148,139 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


1903 


75,232,585 


4,119,258 


151,827 


518 


145,237 


6.89 


15 


1904 


73,594,369 


3,440,420 


161,330 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


1905 


78,647,020 


3,897,688 


168,254 


644 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


1906 


72,139,510 


4,880,402 


166,175 


557 


129,514 


7.72 


19 


1907 


86,056,412 


5,630,169 


168,774 


708 


121,549 


8.23 


20 


1908 


83,543,243 


4,635,923 


174,503 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


1909 


80,223,833 


5,206,562 


171,195 


567 


141,488 


7.07 


20 


1910 


83,683,994 


5,412,167 


168,175 


601 


139,241 


7.18 


20 


1911 


90,917,176 


4,555,457 


173,338 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


1912 


84,426,869 


4,317,161 


175,098 


601 


140,477 


7.12 


21 


1913 


91,626,964 


2,934,157 


175,310 


624 


146,838 


6.81 


21 


1914 


91,189,641 


2,702,537 


180,899 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


1915 


89,377,706 


3,418,427 


177,339 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


1916 


87,680,198 


4,432,606 


159,169 


565 


155,186 


6.44 


25 


1917 


100,445,299 


6,408,227 


156,148 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


1918 


99,445,794 


7,246,454 


148,226 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


1919 


87,838,024 


3,616,675 


153,780 


636 


138,110 


7.24 


25 


1920 


89,636,036 


5,435,697 


149,117 


490 


182,931 


5.47 


25 


1921 


90,358,642 


1,842,096 


161,926 


546 


165,492 


6.04 


25 


1922 


53,910,201 


2,525,402 


159,880 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


1923 


92,653,641 


4,212,001 


158,764 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


1924 


87,277,449 


1,141,796 


162,503 


496 


175,963 


5.68 


22 


1925 


61,334,145 


894,187 


163,825 


401 


152,953 


6.54 


18 


1926 


83,874,500 


1,365,175 


168,734 


455 


184,340 


5.42 


18 


1927 


79,367,154 


1,841,440 


167,648 


492 


161,315 


6.20 


25 


1928 


74,552,312 


1,614,863 


160,721 


447 


166,784 


6.00 


25 


1929 


72,985,844 


878,599 


153,422 


483 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


1930 


68,776,559 


890,389 


151,171 


444 


154,902 


6.46 


25 


1931 


59,115,387 


1,468,572 


% 138,400 


384 


153,946 


6.50 


25 



64 

















Fatal- 


















ities 


No. 
















Per 


of 














Produc- 1 


,000,000 


Mine 






Washery 








tion 


Tons 


In- 




Production 


and Bank 


Stripping 




Fatal- 


per 


Pro- 


spec- 


Year 


(Net Tons) 


Production* 


Production* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


duced 


tors 


1932 


49,501,511 


1,062,853 


3,545,948 


119,480 


243 


203,710 


4.91 


21 


1933 


49,507,577 


2,090,996 


4,308,811 


102,469 


232 


213,395 


4.69 


21 


1934 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


4,461,894 


106,251 


260 


218,458 


4.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


4,962,514 


100,539 


267 


192,256 


5.20 


17 


1936 


54,264,016 


1,411,988 


3,757,678 


99,704 


241 


225,162 


4.44 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5,014,052 


99,117 


212 


243,869 


4.10 


22 


1938 


46,269,511 


2,031,432 


5,080,344 


96,998 


223 


207,487 


4.82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,347,269 


5,308,049 


93,352 


210 


244,761 


4.09 


24 


1940 


51,526,454 


2,599,280 


6,010,364 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


1941 


53,942,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,945 


88,849 


189 


285,408 


3.50 


22 


1942 


57,939,629 


4,045,970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


1943 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


8,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


1944 


64,112,589 


10,527,481 


10,925,619 


78,145 


171 


374,927 


2.67 


24 


1945 


55,901,235 


9,454,205 


10,521,174 


76,265 


137 


408,038 


2.45 


23 


1946 


61,978,710 


9,214,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


24 


1947 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


24 


1948 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,485,837 


80,390 


131 


451,212 


2.22 


26 


1949 


44,710,118 


4,823,144 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


485,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


46,339,255 


4,027,249 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


42,389,055 


4,843,834 


11,376,379 


70,357 


94 


450,927 


2.22 


25 


1952 


40,067,130 


4,710,495 


11,019,185 


66,483 


92 


435,512 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,495,391 


3,892,083 


8,883,984 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 


1954 


26,612,312 


3,055,528 


7,852,186 


44,731 


47 


566,219 


1.76 


24 


1955** 


25,934,792 


3,618,121 


7,826,029 


37,397 


60 


432,247 


2.31 


20 


1956 


28,175,633 


4,336,168 


8,527,613 


35,029 


54 


521,771 


1.92 


18 


1957 


25,163,466 


4,356,958 


7,831,511 


32,767 


51 


493,401 


2.03 


21 


1958 


20,456,474 


2,711,152 


7,001,422 


26,738 


31 


659,886 


1.52 


20 


1959 


19,670,615 


2,981,696 


7,272,661 


24,112 


46 


427,622 


2.34 


20 


1960 


17,721,113 


3,006,803 


7,138,743 


20,269 


35 


506,318 


1.98 


23 


1961 


16,506,612 


2,418,433 


7,279,371 


16,971 


19 


868,769 


1.15 


23 


1962 


16,496,315 


2,829,421 


6,942,675 


14,704 


26 


634,474 


1.58 


22 


1963 


17,411,202 


2,965,213 


7,552,995 


14,323 


30 


580,373 


1.72 


22 


1964 


16,524,687 


3,013,307 


7,248,900 


13,584 


24 


688,529 


1.45 


22 


1965 


14,229,817 


2,611,189 


5,996,536 


11,839 


8 


1,778,727 


0.56 


21 


1966 


12,031,375 


2,662,558 


5,317,432 


9,621 


5 


2,406,275 


0.41 


21 


1967 


11,552,441 


3,335,557 


4,910,209 


7,828 


9 


1,283,605 


0.78 


21 


1968 


11,025,482 


3,571,862 


4,918,353 


6,682 


4 


2,756,370 


0.36 


16 


1969 


10,165,805 


3,319,018 


4,696,123 


6,461 


13 


781,985 


1.28 


16 


1970 


9,248,011 


2,956,707 


4,624,610 


6,286 


4 


2,312,002 


0.43 


16 


1971 


8,187,961 


2,492,178 


4,450,457 


5,816 


2 


4,093,980 


0.24 


16 


1972 


6,462,093 


2,072,658 


3,492,444 


4,431 


3 


2,154,031 


0.47 


16 


1973 


6,293,013 


2,305,265 


1,284,905 


4,053 


1 


6,293,013 


0.16 


12 


1974 


6,090,421 


2,645,613 


2,812,618 


3,831 


2 


3,045,210 


0.32 


12 


1975 


5,628,741 


2,520,415 


2,511,703 


3,877 


1 


5,628,741 


0.17 


14 



* Included in total production 

# No accurate record previous to 1870 
c No accurate record previous to 1894 
% No accurate record previous to 1932 

** In 1955 and subsequent years the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of deep mines 
employing fewer than five (5) persons inside are included in this report. 



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Clarence Marsden 


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William Schickram 


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Gale Coal Co. 


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Hatter Coal Co. 


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Coalbrook Iron & Metal Co., Inc. 


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Brook Contracting Co. 


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110 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



ANTHRACITE REGION 
Washeries and Preparation Plants 



1975 











Zip 


District 


Preparation Plant 


Company 


Location 


Code 


5 


Ace Breaker 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. 


Blakely 


18447 


5 


Alden Cleaning Plant 


Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc . 


Dupont 


18641 


5 


Ashley Breaker 


Lucky Strike Coal Corp. 


Hazleton 


18201 


5 


Avoca Cleaning Plant 


Perry Coal Sales Co.,Thos. 


Avoca 


18641 


9 


B-D Fine Coal Plant 


B-D Mining Co. 


Mahonoy Township 


17958 


6 


Beaver Brook Fine Coal Plant 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


Beaver Brook 


18215 


9 


Beechwood Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Pottsville 


17901 


9 


Blaschak Breaker 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. 


St. Nicholas 


17948 


5 


Bliss Cleaning Plant 


Lucky Strike Coal Corp. 


Hazleton 


18201 


7 


C & F Breaker 


C & F Coal Co. 


Ranshaw 


17866 


5 


C & P Breaker 


Martinelli Coal Co. ,M. 


Peckville 


18452 


5 


C & P Cleaning Plant 


Martinelli Coal Co. ,M. 


Peckville 


18452 


7 


Carbon Run Colliery 


Rosini Coal Co., Inc. 


Shamokin 


17872 


9 


Cleaning Plant 


Leroy Excavating Co. 


Dushore 


18614 


9 


Coaldale No. 12 Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


6 


Diamond Fine Coal Plant 


Sun Coal Co. , Inc. 


Mt. Carmel 


17851 


10 


DiRenzo Breaker 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


Pottsville 


17901 


5 


Duryea Cleaning Plant 


Popple Brothers 


Pittston 


18640 


6 


Eckley Breaker 


Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


6 


Eckley Cleaning Plant 


Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


12 


Franklin Breaker 


Franklin Coal Co. 


Ravine 


17966 


8 


Glen Burn Breaker 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. 


Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Glenn Worth Breaker 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


Cressona 


17929 


6 


Gowen Breaker 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


18241 


6 


Gowen Cleaning Plant 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


18241 


5 


Harry E Breaker 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Swoyersville 


18704 


6 


Harwood Cleaning Plant 


Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


6 


Hazleton Shaft Breaker 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Pittston 


18640 


10 


Hillside Breaker 


Hegins Mining Co. 


Zerbe 


17984 


6 


Honeybrook Breaker 


Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


5 


Huber Breaker 


Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. 


Ashley 


18706 


6 


Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Pittston 


18640 


5 


Kassa Breaker 


Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. 


Dupont 


18641 


11 


Kocher Breaker 


Kocher Coal Co . , Inc . , Leon E 


.Valley View 


17983 


9 


Lansford No. 6 Washery 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


Lansford 


18232 


8 


Lenig Crusher Plant 


Lenig Coal 


Shamokin 


17872 


6 


Lion Breaker 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Pittston 


18640 


10 


Live Oak Breaker 


Live Oak Coal Co. 


Primrose 


17954 


5 


Locey Breaker 


Locey Coal Co. 


Mildred 


18632 


7 


Locust Summit Bagging Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Locust Gap 


17840 


7 


Locust Summit Fine Coal PI. 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Locust Gap 


17840 


5 


Loree Breaker 


Heavy Media, Inc. 


Larksville 


1*657 


9 


Lucanna Fine Coal Plant 


Ginther Coal Co. 


Cumbola 


17930 


10 


Lytle Washery 


Winne Land Co. 


Primrose 


17954 


7 


Malho Breaker 


Malho Coal Co. 


Lavelle 


17943 


9 


Maple Hill Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Pottsville 


17901 


10 


Maple Spring Breaker 


C-L-S Coal Co. 


Branchdale 


17923 


9 


Marlin Breaker 


Cass Contracting Co. 


Marlin 


17951 


5 


Marvine Bagging Plant 


Beltrami Enterprises , Inc . 


Scranton 


18509 


6 


Mazaika Breaker 


Mazaika Bros. Coal, Co. 


Tamaqua, R.D.2 


18252 


12 


Meadowbrook Washery 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. 


Lykens 


17048 


7 


Metzinger Breaker 


Metzinger Coal Co. 


Ashland, R.D.I 


17921 


5 


Mildred Breaker 


Olivieri Coal Co. 


Mildred 


18624 


5 


Moosic Breaker 


Moosic Coal Co. 


Moosic 


18509 


9 


Mountainside Breaker 


Mountain Side Coal Co. 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


9 


New St. Nicholas Breaker 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17974 


9 


New St. Nicholas F. Coal PI. 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17974 


12 


Oakwood Breaker 


Oakwood Coal Co. 


Ravine 


17966 


10 


Old Mill Breaker 


Laurie Enterprises 


Llewellyn 


17944 


10, 


Olenick Breaker 


Olenick Bros. Coal Co. 


Forestville 


16035 


5 


Olyphant Breaker 


Carrier Coal Co. 


Olyphant 


18447 



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Zip 


District 


Preparation Plant 


Company 


Location 


Code 


11 


Pine Creek Breaker 


Pine Creek Coal Co. 


Spring Glen 


17978 


9 


Pine Forest Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Pottsville 


17901 


9 


Premium Fine Coal Plant 


Premium Fine Coal. Co. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


5 


Prospect Cleaning Plant 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Swoyersville 


18704 


7 


R & N Breaker 


R & N Coal Co. 


Paxinos, R. D. 1 


17860 


7 


Ranshaw Washery 


Ranshaw Transportation & 










Auto Wreckers Co. 


Ranshaw 


17866 


7 


Reidinger Breaker * 


Reidinger Coal Service 


Paxinos 


17860 


8 


Reitz Breaker 


H. J. & H. Coal Co. ,Inc. 


Milton, R.D. 1 


17847 


9 


Rosa Breaker 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Shenandoah 


17976 


9 


St. Nicholas #4 & #5 Plants 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Pottsville 


17901 


7 


Savitski Ereaker 


Savitski Bros. Coal Co. 


Atlas 


17811 


12 


Schneck Breaker 


Schneck Coal Co.,Thos.W. 


Pine Grove, R.D. 


17963 


9 


Silver Creek Breaker 


Silver Creek Coal Co. 


New Philadelphia 


17959 


9 


Skytop Breaker 


Skytop Coal Co. 


Mahanoy City 


17958 


9 


South Tamaqua Breaker 


South Tamaqua Coal Pocket 


s South Tamaqua 


18252 


7 


Split Vein Breaker * 


Split Vein Coal Co. 


Paxinos.R.D.l 


17860 


9 


Spring Creek Washery 


Spring Creek Coal Co. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


10 


Swatara Breaker 


Swatara Coal Co. . 


Zerbe 


17984 


•7 


Swift Breaker 


Swift Coal Sales, Inc. 


Paxinos 


17860 


3 


Sunshine Breaker 


Sunshine Coal Co. 


Trevorton 


17881 


11 


Superior Breaker 


Superior Preparation Co. , 


Inc. Hegins R.D. 1 


17938 


9 


Tamaqua No . 14 Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Tamaqua 


18252 


5 


Taylor Silt Plant 


Colt Coal Co. 


Taylor 


18517 


10 


Tremont Breaker 


Blue Bell Enterprises 


Minersville 


17954 


8 


Trevorton Breaker 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Trevorton 


17881 


12 


Underkoffler Breaker 


Underkoffler Coal Sales 


Lykens 


17048 


5 


Waddell Washery 


American Silt Processing 


Archbald 


18403 


5 


Wanamie Cleaning Plant 


Lucky Strike Coal Corp. 


Hazleton 


18201 


11 


Westwood Washery 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill Haven 


17972 



* Breakers closed. 



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OPERATORS 



113 



114 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



ANTHRACITE OPERATORS — YEAR 1975 



District Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


Zip 
Code 


7 


A & H Coal Co. DM 


Roy E. Harner 




Spring Glen 


17978 


5 


A & T Associates, Inc. bk 


Donald H. Adams 


R.D. l,Box 480 


Orwigsburg 


17961 


7 


A W A Coal Co. DM 


Foster Adams 




Helfenstien 


17938 


5 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. B 


John Pasternak 


419 Center St. 


Taylor 


18517 


12 


Acme Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Reho 




Williamstown 


17098 


5 


American Silt Processing Co. B 


Peter Brojack 




Archbald 


18517 


7 


Ann Coal Co. DM 


Frank Stankiewicz 


1668 Maple Ave. 


Shamokin 


17872 


7 


Ashland Community Enterprises T 


Emil R. Ermert 


19th & Oak Sts. 


Ashland 


17921 


6-9 


B-D Mining Co. bk FCP 


Geary C. Hower 




Gilberton 


17934 


7 


B & Z Coal Co. DM 


Albert Zigarski 


1433 Poplar St. 


Kulpmont 


17834 


6 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. bk FCP 


Norman James 




Beaver Brook 


18215 


60 


Bell Coal Co. S 


A. Kovalchick 


P. 0. Box 251 


Brockton 


17925 


5-6-53- 


Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. 


Franklin Pascucci 


P. 0. Box 458 


Hazleton 


18201 


57-58 


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5 


Bernardi Trucking Co. bk 


Joseph Bernardi 


29 Fulton St. 


Pitts ton 


18640 


57 


Bernitsky Bros. Coal Co. S 


Joseph Bernitsky 


17 Water St. 


New Phi la. 


17959 


9 


Bernitsky & Stenulis Coal Co. DM George Stenulis 


17 Water St. 


New Phi la. 


17959 


9-58 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. bk B S CP 


A. F. MacDonald 


P. 0. Box 269 


Tamaqua 


18252 


8 


Big L Coal Co. DM 


John Lenig 


R.D. l,Box 227B 


Shamokin 


17872 


9 


Blaschak Brothers DM B 


John Blaschak 


St. Nicholas 


Mahonoy City 


17948 


10-57 


Blue Bell Enterprises S B 


Robert Butcavage 


720 Lytle St. 


Minersville 


17954 


53 


Blue Coal Corporation S 




P. 0. Box 528 


Wilkes-Barre 


18703 


5 


Bone Construction Co. bk 


George Bone, Jr. 


98 New Street 


Pitts ton 


18640 


6 


Botella Coal Co., James bk 


Jas. J. Botella 


402 W.Preston Av 


.Girardville 


17935 


58 


Brook Contracting Corp. S 


George Racho 


P. 0. Box 98 


Hazleton 


18201 


6 


Burnrite Coal Co. DM 


William Reiff 


803 Walnut St. 


Ashland 


17921 


7-11 


Bush Coal Co. DM 


Earl Bush 




Tower City 


17980 


12 


C. D. C. Coal Co. DM 


Domenick Natale 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


17963 


7 


C & F Coal Co. , Inc. B 


Leonard Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17876 


10 


C-L-P Coal Co. DM 


Paul Platko 


R.D. l,Box 72 


Pottsville 


17901 


10-60 


C-L-S Coal Co. bk B S 


Michael Raczkowski 


P. 0. Box 396 


Branchdale 


17923 


7 


C. S. & C. Coal Co. DM 


Thomas Carl 


East Center St. 


Elysburg 


17824 


9 


C. & T. Coal Co., Inc. bk 


Cliff McGeehan 


P. 0. Box 27 


Newtown Sq. 


19073 


5 


Carrier Coal Co. bk B 


Joseph Korba 


P. 0. Box 282 


Olyphant 


18447 


9 


Cass Contracting Co. B 


James V. Ryan 


R.D. 2, Box 360^ 


Pottsville 


17901 


7 


Centennial Coal Co. DM 


Calvin Adams 


945 Scott St. 


Kulpmont 


17834 


5 


Coal Brook Iron & Metal Co., Inc. 


bk John C. Baumann 


322 Main St. 


Childs 


18407 


11 


Colket Coal Co. DM 


John Messaros 


117 School Row 


Branchdale 


17923 


8 


Collier Coal DM 


Clair Collier 


1349 W. Pine St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Colt Coal Co. B bk 


Louis Falzone 


540 Wyoming Ave. 


Wyoming 


18644 


59 


Conyngham Contracting Co. S 


William Brennan 


P. O.Box 412 


Mt.Carmel 


17851 


10 


Coxe Coal Co. DM 


Norman Essler 


847 Garfield Av. 


Sch. Haven 


17972 


6 


Cress Coal Co. DM 


Charles Cress 


100 E. Martin St 


.Big Mine Run 


15715 


11 


D.D.R. Coal Co. DM 


Robert Rhen 




Pine Grove 


17963 


7 


D.R.Z. Coal Co. DM 


Steve Shalamander 


R. D. 1 


Ashland 


17921 


53 


Dewees Coal Co., Inc. S 


Charles Dewees 




Dallas 


18612 


10 


DiRenzo Coal Co. B 


Dominick DiRenzo 


R. D. 2 


Pottsville 


17901 


10 


Donaldson Coal Co. DM 


Robert Wolfgang 


Main Street 


Joliett 


17981 


60 


Drew Development Co. S 


A. J. Drebitko 


Drawer F 


Minersville 


17954 


9 


Eagle Hill Coal Co. bk 


Kenneth R. Heiser 




Sch. Haven 


17972 


8 


4-D Coal Co. DM 


Randall Derek 


1313 W. Spruce St 


. Shamokin 


17872 


8 


F.E.D. Coal Co. DM 


Edward Shingara 


R. D. 3 


Sunbury 


17801 


10 


F. & F. Coal Co. DM 


Donald Adams 


625 Laurel Blvd. 


Pottsville 


17901 


5 


F. J. & F. Coal Co. bk 


J. G. Girrantano 


P. 0. Box 704 


Pitts ton 


18640 


12 


F. & R. Contracting Co. DM 


Chas. R. Luckenbill 


R. D. 


Pine Grove 


17963 


12 


F. & W. Coal Co. DM 


Frank M. Natale 




Pine Grove 


17963 


6-10 


Fireside Mining Co. DM 


Marvin Kimmel 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


17938 


59 


Folger, Walter & Chapleski, L. S 


Leonard Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


12 


Franklin Coal Co. B 


Franklin Miller, Jr. 




Ravine 


17966 


57 


Gale Coal Co. S 


John Schumacher 


1441 Oak Road 


Pottsville 


17901 


56 


Gait Energy Corp. S 


Stephen Kent 


State Highway 


Atlas 


17851 


7-9 


Gilberton Coal Co. bk FCP 


Geary' C. Hower 




Gilberton 


17934 


9 


Ginther Coal Co. bk B 


David F. Bressler 


P. 0. Box 219 


Hazleton 


,18201 


5 


Giza & Oley Enterprises bk 


Raymond Giza 


24 Maple Street 


Plains 


18705 


7-8 


Glen Burn Colliery bk DM 


Joseph J. Parker 


P. 0. Box F 


Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. B 


Edward Hoke 


1707 W. Market St 


Pottsville 


17901 


6-57 


Gowen Coal Co. B CP S 


G«orge J. Boyder.Jr 




Fern Glen 


18241 


8-59 


H. I. & H. Coal Co. B S 


Harr> D. Reitz 


R. D. 1 


Milton 


17847 


7 


Halfway Coal Co. DM 


Daniel FeUako 


1915 Race St. 


Ashland 


17921 



115 



District 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


Zip 
Cod< 


11 


Hannan Coal Co. DM 


John Harman 


R. D. 1 


Hegins 


179: 


10-12 


Hatter Coal Co. DM 


Jacque E. Hatter 




Hegins 


179: 


5 


Heavy Media, Inc. bk B 


Ronald E. Temple 


Nesbitt Street 


Larksville 


186. 


8 


Hecla Machinery & Equip. Co. bk 


Gene Gangloff 


R. D. 1 


New Ringgold 


179( 


10-11 


Hegins Mining Co. DM B 


Forrest R. Otto 


Zerbe 


Tremont 


179J 


12 


Herb Coal Co. DM 


Dale Herb 


P. 0. Box 83 


Tremont 


1798 


10 


Herring Bros.& Lucas Coal Co. DM Roy Lucas 


R. D. 2 


Pine Grove 


179( 


5 


J & J Excavating Co. bk 


Jas. Giomlietti 


300 Front St. 


Jessup 


184. 


5-6-9- 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Louis Pagnotti 




Hazleton 


182( 


57-58 


bk B CP S 










59 


Jet Coal Co. S 


John G. Menapace 


Natalie Road 


Strong 


178 


12 


K. & D. Coal Co. DM 


Elwood Knorr 




Hegins 


179. 


10 


K-H-K Coal Co. DM 


Edward Sorokach 


Box 516, R.D. 2 


Pottsville 


179( 


7 


K. & K. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Kroh 


935 Walnut St. 


Ashland 


179 


60 


K & K Coal Co. S 


Bernard Kuperavage 


133 Valley Furn. 


Port Carbon 


179( 


12 


K. M. K. Coal Co. DM 


Dennis Mace 




Spring Glen 


179 


6 


K. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Allen Kramer 


106 Center St. 


Ashland 


179 


59 


Kerris & He If rick, Inc. S 


John Rosinski 


Lehigh & Poplar 


Mt. Carmel 


178 


12 


Kintzel Bros. Coal Co. DM 


Nathan J. Kintzel 


R. D. 


Pine Grove 


179 


10 


Klinger Coal Co. DM 


Earl Klinger 


R. D. 2 


Hegins 


179 


11 


Knorr Coal Co. DM 


Leroy Knorr, Jr. 




Hegins 


179 


11-12-60 Kocher Coal Co . , Inc . , Leon E.DM I 


Robert Rissinger 




Valley View 


179 


12 


Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM 


Howard Koppenhaver 




Tremont 


179 


60 


L. C. Enterprises S 


William McDonald 


R.D. 3, Box 299A 


Pottsville 


179 


56 


L & E Coal Co. S 


John Lynott 


P. 0. Box 311 


Mt. Carmel 


176 


5 


L. P. R. Coal Co. bk 


John J. Lavelle 




C larks Summit 184 


10 


Laurie Enterprises B 


Robert Derr 


R.D. 1, Box 299 


Llewellyn 


179' 


8 


Lenig Coal CP 


Calvin V. Lenig 


R.D. 1, Box 117A 


Shamokin 


178 


5 


LeRoy Excavating Co. CP 


Floyd B. Schrader 


R. D. 1 


Dushore 


186 


10 


Live Oak Coal Co. B 


Peter Laychock.Jr. 


R. D. 1 


Pottsville 


179 


5-53 


Locey Coal Co. B S 


Fred V. Locey 


P. O.Box 25 


Mildred 


186 


7 


Locust Dale Mining Co. DM 


Frederick Dando 


P. 0. Box 359 


Minersville 


179 


11 


Lucas Mining Co. DM 


Larry Lucas 


R. D. 


Klingerstown 


179' 


5 


Lucky Strike Coal Corp. bk B CP 


Franklin Pascucci 


P. 0. Box 458 


Hazleton 


182 


8 


M. G. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Nicholas Dembinsky 


315 Pine Hill St 


.Minersville 


179 


8 


M. & R. Coal Co. DM 


Donald Rebuck 


P. 0. Box 172 


Pillow 


170 


11 


M. S. W. Coal Co. DM 


Donald E. Scheib 




Spring Glen 


179 


7 


Malho Coal Co. B 


Ralph Malho 




Lavelle 


179' 


9 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. bk W 


Kenneth R. Heiser 




Sch. Haven 


179 


9 


Marsden, Clarence bk 


Clarence Marsden 


R. D. 1 


Nesquehoning 


182' 


5 


Martinelli Co., M. bk B 


M. Martinelli 


88 East 8th St. 


Wyoming 


186' 


6 


Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. B 


Edward Mazaika 


R. D. 2 


Tamaqua 


182 


12-60 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. S bk W 


Leslie Kinrmel 




Lykens 


17CW 


11 


Mercury Coal Co. DM 


Leon Richter 




Tremont 


179! 


7 


Metzinger Coal Co. DM B 


Donald Metzinger 


R. D. 1 


Ashland 


179 


10 


Miller Coal Co. DM 


Jacque Hatter 




Hegins 


179 


5 


Moosic Coal Co. B 


A. G. Giarratano 


P. 0. Box 702 


Pittstown 


186' 


7 


Morato Coal Co. DM 


Lawrence W. Morato 


1053 Spruce St. 


Kulpmont 


178. 


5 


Mountain Coal, Inc. DM 


Thomas Supey 


55 W. 6th Street 


Wyoming 


186' 


9 


Mountain Side Coal Co. B 


Roy Habel 


648% E. Broad St 


Tamaqua 


182 


10 


Mountain Top Coal Co. DM 


William Vesay 


415 St. Francis StMinersville 


179. 


7 


Mountain View Coal Co. DM 


William Latsha 


R.D. 2, Box 365 


Shamokin 


178 


57 


N & L Coal Co. S 


Harold Travis 


724 Center St. 


Ashland 


179. 


60 


Nagle, W. Joseph S 


W. Joseph Nagle 


P. 0. Box 55 


Cressona 


179 


9 


Niadna Coal Co. DM 


Frank Niadna 


146 Water St. 


New Phi la. 


179. 


5-53 


Northeast Energy Co. SB 


William H. Corgan 


466 Wyoming Ave. 


Kingston 


187( 


59 


North Line Coal Co. S 


C. Wayne Troxell 


P. 0. Box L 


Shamokin 


178" 


8 


Norwood Mining Co., Inc. DM 


Elwood Swank 




Paxinos 


178( 


12 


Oakwood Coal Co., Inc. B 


David Deaven 


R. D. 3 


Pine Grove 


179( 


12 


Okay Coal Co. DM 


Leonard Harner 




Spring Glen 


179- 


10 


Olenick Bros. Coal Co. B 


Nicholas Olenick 


R.D. l,Box 117A 


Pottsville 


179( 


5 


Olivieri Coal Co. B 


Albert Olivieri 


99 Pine Street 


Pittston 


186<! 


10 


P. & H. Coal Co. DM 


Walter Pewor 


R.D. 2, Box 550 


Pottsville 


179( 


12 


P. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Peter Poletti 




Valley View 


179( 


57 


Pacine Coal Co. S 


Michael Pacine 


39 Water Street 


Cumbola 


179: 


53 


Pasternak Brothers S 


John Pasternak 


419 Center St. 


Taylor 


185 


5 


Pazzalia Coal Co. bk 


Richard Pizzalia 


1532 Main Street 


Peckville 


184. 


53 


Percival, John S 


John Percival 


248 Main Street 


Blossburg 


169 


5 


Perry Coal Sales Co.,Thos. bk CI 


E. Caterina 


" 


Avoca 


186^ 


7 


Pewor Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Walter Pewor 


P. 0. Drawer N 


Minersville 


179! 


9 


Phoenix Contracting Co. bk 


William L. Jones, Jr 


.P. 0. Box 433 


Pottsville 


179( 


11 


Pine Creek Coal Co. B 


Ronald Klinger 




Spring Glen 


179" 


7 


Pine Line Coal Co. DM 


Metro Kokolas 


426 Water Street 


Ran s haw 


1786 


6 


Polcovich Coal Co. DM 


John Polcovich 


103 Center St. 


Centralia 


1795 


5-11 


Pollock, Inc., Ken bk 


Ken Pollock 




Hunlock Cree 


kl862 


5 


Popple Brothers bk CP 


Raymond Popple 


205 Lippi Bldg. 


Pittston 


1864 


6-9 


Premium Fine Coal Co. bk FCP 


John Federak 


R. D. 3 


Tamaqua 


182f 



116 



District Operator 



General Manager 



Zip 
Code 



7 
7 
6 
6-7 

7-8-9-10 

57-59-60 

7 

10 

7-59 

60 

12 

12 

12 

7-59 

9 

12 

9-60 

7 

5-53 

12 

7 

7 

10 

9 

12 

11 

5-53 

9 

9 

8 

9 

12 

11 

9 

7-8-59 

9 

6 

8 

11 

10-60 

7 



12 

12 

7 

60 

60 

10 

12 

6 

57 

12 

12 

9-10 

12 

6 

10 

7 

12 



R & N Coal Co., Inc. B 
R. & S. Coal Co. DM 
Racho Coal Co. bk 
Ranshaw Transportation & Auto 

Wreckers Co., Inc. bk B 
■Reading Anthracite Co. 

bk B CP BP S 
Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. B 
DM 



B S 



Renninger Coal Co. 
Rosini Coal Co.,Inc 
Ryan Realty Co. S 
S. H. L. Coal Co. DM 
S. & K. Coal Co. DM 
S. & T. Coal Co. DM 
Savitski Bros. Coal Co. DM B S 
Schickram, William bk 
Schneck Coal Co.,Thos.W. B 
Schuylkill Contracting Co. bk 
Scott Coal Co. DM 
Sebastopol Coal Co., Inc. bk S 
Shade Coal Co. DM 
Shally Coal Co. DM 
Shamokin Filler Co., Inc. bk 
Sharp Mountain Coal Co. DM 
Shock Coal Co. bk 
Shomper Coal Co. DM 
Short Mountain Coal Co. DM 
Silverbrook Anthracite bk CP B 
Silver Creek Coal Co. B DM 
Sky top Coal Co., Inc. B 
Sky View Coal Co. DM 
Sluck Coal Co. DM 
Smeltz Coal Co. DM 
Snyder Coal Co.,Leroy DM 
South Tamaqua Coal Pockets, Inc 
Split Vein Coal Co., Inc. DM B 
Spring Creek Coal Co. W 
Sun Coal Co., Inc. B 
Sunshine Coal Co. B 
Superior Preparation Co., Inc. 
Swatara Coal Co. B S 
Swift Coal Sales, Inc. B 
T. & L. Coal Co. DM 
Twin Oaks Coal Co. DM 
Underkoffler Coal Co. DM 
Underkoffler Coal Service, Inc. 
W. & J. Coal Co. bk 
W & W Construction S 
Wabo Coal Co. S 

Walaitis Coal Co. DM 
Wenrich Coal Co. DM 
White Coal Co. DM 
Williamsr & Joy Coal Co. S 
Williamson Coal Co., Inc. DM 
Wilson Coal Co. DM 
Winne Land Co. bk W 

Wolfe Coal Co. DM 

Wolfgang Bros. Coal Co. DM 
Woratyla Coal Co. DM 
Zakrewsky Coal Co. DM 



Zi 



Coal Co.,Marlin DM 



El wood Swank 
Ronald Geist 
Charles Wezner 

Leonard Chapleski 
H. M. Hale 

C.Wayne Troxell 
Ted Renninger 
E. J. Rosini 
Richard B. Ryan 
Marlin Lehman, Jr. 
Palmer Klinger 
Dean R. Zerbe 
Joseph Savitski 
William Schickram 
Thomas W. Schneck 

S Frank Ryan 

Steve Forgotch 
A. G.Giarratano 
Clayton W. Shade 
Steve Shalamander 
William J. Rosini 
Norman Wolf 
Anna M. Shock 
Russell Shomper 
Gurney Klinger 
S Michael Kassa 
M. J. Herbert 
Felix DiCasimirro 
Edward Glosek 
Joseph Sluck 
Clair Schwalm 
Leroy Snyder 

. BDonald H. Warne 

S Elwood Swank 

Lawrence Bechtel 
William H. Brennan 
Ernest L. Steinhart 

B Roy E. Blyler 

William P. Parker 
Adam Swift, Jr. 
Stephen Shingara 
Leonard Machesic 
Glen Underkoffler 
B Wayne Swartz lander 
Walter Mudry.Jr. 
Joseph Walacavage 
Robert Barnhardt 
John Walaitis 
Whalen Wenrich 
Wilbur White 
Evan Wi lliams 
A. R. Williamson 
William Heitzman 
Robert Bickel 
Thomas I. Wolfe 
Lester Wolfgang 
Andrew Woratyla 
Peter Zakrewsky 
Marlin Zimmerman 



R.D. 1, Box 336-6 Paxinos 
R.D. 1, Box 389 Ashland 
371 S. Church St. Hazleton 



17860 
17921 
18201 



P. 0. Box 5 Ranshaw 17866 
200 Mahantongo St.Pottsville 17901 



P. 0. Box L 
37 W.Donaldson St 
P. 0. Box 184 
200 Norwegian St. 



130 Clay Street 
R. D. 1 

R. D. 2, Box 360% 
No. 7 Back Street 
P. 0. Box 702 

R.D. 1, Box 9 
P.O. Box 272 



322 Simpson St. 
P. 0. Box 516 
P. 0. Box 330 

P. 0. Box 395 



R. D. 3 

R. D. l.Box 336C 

R. D. 3, Box 37 

P. 0. Box 412 

P. 0. Box 502 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box G 

R. D. 

R. D. 3 

R. D. 1 

Rte. 209 

600 Scott Street 
R. D. l,Box 548 
P. O.Box 176 
40 S. Wylam St. 



P. 0. Box 47 
Lake Run 



R. D. 2, Box 360% 

R. D. 

R. D. l,Box 685 

P. 0. Box 2 

Box 293, Park Cres 



Shamokin 17872 
•Tremont 17981 
Shamokin 17874 
Pottsville 17901 
Pine Grove 17963 
Valley View 17983 
Valley View 17983 
Atlas 17811 
Tamaqua 18252 
Pine Grove 17963 
Pottsville 17901 
Shaft 17975 
Pittston 18640 
Valley View 17983 
Ashland 17921 
Shamokin 17872 
Pine Grove 17963 
Tuscarora 17982 
Williamstownl7098 
Valley View 17983 
Dupont 18640 
New Phi la. 17959 
Mahanoy Cityl7948 
Klingerstownl7941 
Gilberton 17934 
Valley View 17983 
Lykens 17048 
Tamaqua 18252 
Paxinos 17860 
Tamaqua 18252 
Mt. Carmel 17851 
Trevor ton 17881 
Hegins 17938 
Minersville 17954 
Paxinos 17860 
Sunbury 17801 
Paxinos 17860 
Williamstownl7098 
Lykens 17048 
Kulpmont 17834 
Pottsville 17901 
Llwellyn 17944 
Frackville 17931 
Spring Glen 17978 
Ashland 17921 
New Phila. 17959 
Valley View 17983 
Shamokin 17872 
Pottsville 17901 
Pine Grove 17963 
Ashland 17921 
Llewellyn 17944 
tBarnesville 18214 
Ravine 17966 



DM - Denotes operators having deep mines. 
S - Denotes operators having strip mines, 
bk - Denotes operators having bank mines. 
CP - Denotes Cleaning Plants. 
FCP - Denotes Fine Coal Plants. 
W - Denotes Washery Plants. 
B - Denotes Breaker Preparation Plants. 
T - Tourist Mine 



117 



118 



BITUMINOUS 

COAL 

REGION 

STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



119 



120 



BITUMINOUS COAL 



Production, Employes, Fatalities, 1877 to 1975 

















Fatal- 
















Fatal- 


ities 














Produc- 


ities 


Per 


No. of 












tion 


Per 


1,000,000 


Mine 












Per 


1000 


Tons 


In- 




Production 


Stripping 


Em- 


Fatal- 


Fatal- 


Em- 


Pro- 


spec- 


Year 


(Net Tons)* 


Production 


ployes 


ities 


ity 


ployes 


duced 


tors 


1877 


1,305,932 


. 


16,627 


13 


100,456 


0.78 


9.95 


3 


1878 


12,500,741 


- 


25,787 


48 


260,432 


1.86 


3.84 


3 


1879 


14,341,369 


- 


27,286 


55 


242,570 


2.01 


3.84 


3 


1880 


16,564,440 


- 


33,391 


48 


345,092 


1.43 


2.90 


3 


1881 


15,916,123 


- 


35,530 


57 


279,230 


1.60 


3.58 


4 


1882 


20,694,110 


- 


42,393 


94 


220,150 


2.22 


4.54 


4 


1883 


18,729,817 


- 


35,091 


54 


346,848 


1.54 


2.88 


6 


1884 


20,553,090 


- 


39,904 


105 


195,744 


2.63 


5.11 


6 


1885 


23,413,692 


- 


44,145 


83 


282,092 


1.88 


3.54 


8 


1886 


27,107,173 


- 


52,364 


74 


366,313 


1.41 


2.73 


8 


1887 


29,966,855 


- 


57,868 


84 


356,748 


1.45 


2.80 


8 


1888 


33,772,286 


- 


61,565 


90 


375,248 


1.46 


2.66 


8 


1889 


34,625,054 


- 


62,084 


105 


329,762 


1.69 


3.03 


8 


1890 


40,884,103 


- 


67,383 


146 


273,179 


2.17 


3.57 


8 


1891 


41,805,642 


- 


74,135 


237 


176,395 


3.20 


5.67 


8 


1892 


46,581,575 


- 


78,805 


134 


347,623 


1.70 


2.88 


8 


1893 


43,421,898 


- 


81,872 


131 


334,015 


1.60 


3.02 


10 


1894 


39,800,210 


- 


86,118 


123 


320,969 


1.43 


3.09 


10 


1895 


51,818,112 


- 


84,976 


156 


332,167 


1.84 


3.01 


10 


1896 


50,284,692 


- 


83,801 


180 


279,359 


2.15 


3.58 


10 


1897 


54,625,272 


- 


86,553 


150 


364,168 


1.73 


2.75 


10 


1898 


64,247,665 


- 


87,803 


200 


321,238 


2.28 


3.11 


10 


1899 


73,066,945 


- 


91,505 


258 


283,205 


2.82 


3.53 


10 


1900 


79,318,362 


- 


108,735 


265 


299,315 


2.44 


3.34 


10 


1901 


80,914,236 


- 


117,501 


301 


268,818 


2.56 


3.72 


12 


1902 


98,529,122 


- 


135,611 


456 


216,072 


3.36 


4.63 


12 


1903 


103,713,982 


- 


151,745 


402 


257,995 


2.65 


3.88 


15 


1904 


99,600,167 


- 


155,747 


536 


185,821 


3.44 


5.38 


15 


1905 


119,361,514 


- 


164,941 


479 


249,189 


2.90 


4.01 


16 


1906 


129,532,989 


- 


172,928 


477 


271,557 


2.76 


3.68 


18 


1907 


149,559,047 


- 


183,121 


806 


185,557 


4.40 


5.39 


20 


1908 


114,937,375 


- 


181,840 


572 


200,939 


3.15 


4.98 


20 


1909 


136,205,695 


- 


185,921 


506 


269,181 


2.72 


3.71 


21 


1910 


148,770,858 


- 


193,488 


539 


276,013 


2.79 


3.62 


21 


1911 


142,189,329 


- 


182,653 


515 


276,096 


2.82 


3.62 


25 


1912 


160,830,492 


- 


182,642 


446 


360,606 


2.44 


2.77 


26 


1913 


172,965,659 


- 


189,909 


611 


283,086 


3.22 


3.53 


28 


1914 


145,884,530 


- 


196,038 


413 


353,231 


2.11 


2.83 


28 


1915 


157,420,068 


- 


187,734 


442 


356,154 


2.35 


2.81 


30 


1916 


169,123,814 


- 


174,304 


436 


387,899 


2.50 


2.58 


30 


1917 


171,074,411 


- 


186,586 


494 


346,304 


2.65 


2.89 


30 


1918 


177,217,294 


- 


181,678 


494 


358,739 


2.72 


2.79 


30 


1919 


147,085,781 


- 


180,831 


401 


366,797 


2.22 


2.73 


30 


1920 


166,929,002 


- 


184,168 


424 


393,700 


2.30 


2.54 


30 


1921 


114,447,134 


- 


200,419 


284 


402,983 


1.42 


2.48 


30 


1922 


108,310,046 


- 


194,630 


424 


255,448 


2.18 


3.91 


30 


1923 


169,181,137 


- 


200,538 


401 


421,898 


2.00 


2.37 


30 


1924 


128,751,028 


- 


174,469 


345 


373,191 


1.98 


2.68 


30 


1925 


135,266,612 


- 


165,586 


312 


433,547 


1.88 


2.31 


30 


1926 


151,746,464 


- 


164,782 


421 


360,443 


2.55 


2.77 


30 


1927 


131,644,922 


- 


158,204 


355 


370,831 


2.24 


2.70 


30 


1928 


129,846,153 


- 


137,944 


508 


255,603 


3.68 


3.91 


30 


1929 


142,351,359 


- 


135,272 


378 


376,591 


2.79 


2.66 


30 


1930 


123,417,850 


- 


133,703 


296 


416,952 


2.21 


2.40 


30 


1931 


96,844,250 


- 


119,265 


208 


465,597 


1.74 


2.15 


30 


1932 


74,162,485 


- 


106,597 


155 


478,468 


1.45 


2.09 


30 


1933 


78,511,846 


- 


116,917 


135 


581,569 


1.15 


1.72 


26 


1934 


89,592,481 


- 


127,868 


157 


570,653 


1.23 


1.75 


26 


1935 


91,140,273 


- 


129,346 


161 


566,089 


1.24 


1.77 


26 


1936 


108,964,865 


- 


133,914 


190 


573,499 


1.42 


1.74 


26 


1937 


110,417,947 


- 


133,487 


186 


593,645 


1.39 


1.68 


25 



121 



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Fatal- itles 
Produc- ities Per 
tion Per 1,000,000 
Per 1000 Tons 





Production 


Stripping 


Em- 


Fatal- 


Fatal- 


Em- 


Pro- s 


Year 


(Net Tons)* 


Production 


ployes 


ities 


ity 


ployes 


duced t 


1938 


76,881,944 




115,347 


119 


646,067 


1.03 


1.55 


1939 


89,397,222 


2,792,966 


117,959 


120 


744,977 


1.02 


1.34 


1940 


111,416,916 


2,808,607 


117,832 


188 


592,643 


1.60 


1.69 


1941 


127,469,207 


6,479,207 


124,941 


166 


767,887 


1.33 


1.30 


1942 


142,759,573 


10,303,160 


115,451 


187 


763,420 


1.62 


1.31 


1943 


139,801,363 


17,177,054 


105,903 


178 


785,401 


1.68 


1.27 


1944 


144,408,418 


22,211,661 


99,942 


164 


880,539 


1.64 


1.14 


1945 


130,696,854 


26,675,095 


98,764 


141 


926,928 


1.43 


1.08 


1946 


123,587,065 


31,027,425 


103,894 


128 


965,524 


1.23 


1.04 


1947 


144,761,964 


35,946,734 


109,202 


134 


1,080,313 


1.23 


0.93 


1948 


130,627,789 


33,483,099 


110,326 


114 


1,145,857 


1.03 


0.87 


1949 


87,351,892 


21,326,389 


100,119 


65 


1,343,875 


0.65 


0.74 


1950 


103,439,887 


25,460,343 


94,514 


83 


1,246,264 


0.88 


0.80 


1951 


106,680,097 


22,688,543 


86,369 


70 


1,524,011 


0.81 


0.66 


1952 


87,308,999 


19,462,498 


76,676 


63 


1,385,857 


0.82 


0.72 


1953 


91,938,156 


19,538,037 


69,126 


67 


1,372,211 


0.97 


0.73 


1954 


70,823,985 


16,954,885 


55,405 


44 


1,609,636 


0.79 


0.62 


1955** 


85,042,677 


19,212,869 


52,103 


50 


1,700,854 


0.96 


0.59 


1956 


88,595,658 


21,694,916 


50,529 


51 


1,737,170 


1.01 


0.58 


1957 


84,064,493 


20,558,733 


46,989 


53 


1,586,123 


1.13 


0.63 


1958 


67,398,564 


19,548,293 


41,309 


32 


2,106,205 


0.77 


0.47 


1959 


65,627,585 


20,506,999 


37,337 


35 


1,875,074 


0.94 


0.53 


1960 


65,595,999 


21,028,887 


33,396 


26 


2,522,923 


0.78 


0.40 


1961 


63,171,313 


20,892,758 


29,633 


22 


2,871,423 


0.74 


0.35 


1962 


65,648,015 


22,235,984 


27,264 


59 


1,112,678 


2.16 


0.90 


1963 


71,258,957 


24,233,668 


26,216 


21 


3,393,284 


0.80 


0.29 


1964 


77,321,793 


24,019,760 


26,008 


18 


4,295,655 


0.69 


0.23 


1965 


80,119,548 


23,681,102 


25,206 


33 


2,427,865 


1.31 


0.41 


1966 


81,449,647 


24,701,150 


24,729 


28 


2,908,916 


1.13 


0.34 


1967 


79,101,385 


21,729,033 


23,811 


27 


2,929,681 


1.13 


0.34 


1968 


75,714,611 


20,512,477 


23,117 


29 


2,610,849 


1.25 


0.38 


1969 


78,185,036 


21,652,731 


22,969 


25 


3,127,401 


1.09 


0.32 


1970 


80,091,922 


24,161,015 


24,667 


30 


2,669,731 


1.21 


0.37 


1971 


71,776,681 


26,861,508 


26,549 


32 


2,243,021 


1.21 


0.45 


1972 


75,863,137 


25,717,040 


25,627 


i9 


3,992,797 


0.74 


0.25 


1973 


76,796,661 


29,326,629 


26,722 


17 


4,517,450 


0.64 


0.22 


1974 


80,042,191 


36,056,422 


29,108 


20 


4,002,109 


0.68 


0.24 


1975 


84,479,031 


37,577,930 


34,170 


17 


4,969,354 


0.49 


0.20 



Includes stripping production 

In 1955, and subsequent years, the production, employes 
and fatalities of deep mines employing fewer than five (5) 
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BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 
OPERATORS PRODUCING OVER 200,000 TONS OF DEEP MINED COAL DURING 1975 

Operator 



Production 


Employes 


6,069,014 


4,310 


5,197,380 


2,630 


3,188,159 


1,446 


3,059,914 


1,031 


2,336,056 


1,196 


2,325,764 


1,014 


2,050,149 


1,457 


2,019,777 


634 


1,708,952 


1,590 


1,422,723 


1,325 


1,378,873 


492 


1,270,558 


603 


1,100,491 


638 


985,300 


564 


821,815 


436 


809,240 


430 


729,157 


333 


703,693 


419 


610,522 


153 


598,686 


217 


527,506 


268 


465 , 210 


257 


456,046 


333 


413,624 


170 


413,332 


203 


367,697 


117 


358,832 


408 


253,318 


117 


246,725 


82 


242,236 


122 


204,557 


58 



1,7,19,20,21,22,24,26 

3,7,13 

5,6,12,22,26 

10 

1,5,8,12 

19 

18,24 

6 

8,13 

16 

25 

4 

26 

3 

21 

25 

16,25 

5 

11 

17 

13 

23 

12,19 

11 

11 

23 

15 

10 

9 

15 

17 



Bethlehem Mines Corporation 

United States Steel Corporation 

Consolidation Coal Company 

Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company 

Republic Steel Corporation 

Greenwich Collieries 

Barnes & Tucker Company 

Mathies Coal Company 

Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation 

The Florence Mining Company 

Helvetia Coal Company 

Duquesne Light Company 

Gateway Coal Company 

The Buckeye Coal Company 

Island Creek Coal Company 

The Helen Mining Company 

The North American Coal Corporation 

Harmar Coal Company 

Penn Allegh Coal Company, Inc. 

Rushton Mining Company 

National Mines Corporation 

G. M. & W. Coal Company, Incorporated 

Eastern Associated Coal Corporation 

Canterbury Coal Company 

Tunnelton Mining Company 

Delta Mining, Incorporated 

The Oneida Mining Company 

Carpentertown Coal & Coke Company 

Lady Jane Collieries Company 

Mears Coal Company 

Associated Drilling, Incorporated 



127 



BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 
OPERATORS PRODUCING OVER 200,000 TONS OF STRIP AND AUGER MINED COAL DURING 1975 



District 



Operator 



Production 



Employes 



9,30,36,37 

9,17,38,39,43,44,45 

9,36 

35 

21,42 

33 

17,47 

34,38,39 

32 

9,14,35,38,43,46 

17,42,43,44,45,46 

33,34 

34,39,42 

34,35,39 

9,36,38 

34 

44,45 

43,44,47 

32 

32 

23,40 

17,24,42,43 

9,43,45 

9,45 

32 

22,23,34,40,41 

17,43,44 

23,40 

9,44,45,47 

9,36,37 

22,23,40,41 

17,45,47 

1,30,31 

34,35 

1,30,35 

14,35,38 

1,31 

30,35 

38 



C & K Coal Company 2,279,836 

Benjamin Coal Company 1,262,621 

Shannon Coal Company 1,000,796 

Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company 838,508 

Cooney Brothers Coal Company 777,060 

Luzerne Coal Corporation 747,159 

Jones & Brague Mining Company 700,494 

Old Home Manor, Incorporated 695,438 

Twilight Industries 594,821 

P & N Coal Company, Incorporated 591,839 

Kristianson & Johnson Coal Company 573,076 

Adam Eidemiller, Incorporated 412,270 

North Cambria Fuel Company 400,977 

Hawk Brothers Contracting Company 383,016 
W. P. Stahlman Coal Company, Incorporated 368,517 

Aloe Coal Company 363,378 

Al Hamilton Contracting Company 363,287 

Elliot Coal Mining Company, Incorporated 344,051 

Midway Coal Company 341,911 

Bologna Mining Company 338,136 

Penn Pocahontas Coal Company 332,697 

Cambria Coal Company 330,892 

Hepburnia Coal Company 320,372 

Shawville Coal Company 307,921 

Pennweir Construction Company 276,150 
M. F. Fetterolf Coal Company, Incorporated 271,739 

Empire Coal Company 263,240 

Sanner Brothers Coal Company 259,892 

River Hill Coal Company, Incorporated 247,475 

Zacherl Coal Company, Incorporated 241,349 

PBS Coals, Incorporated 238,595 

R. S. Carlin, Incorporated 233,642 

Kerry Coal Company 229,036 

Donald K. Ankeny 227,446 

West Freedom Mining Company 225,657 

Markle-Bullers Coal Company 220,795 

Ambrosia Coal & Construction Company 213,993 

B & G Construction Company, Incorporated 210,006 

Doverspike Brothers Coal Company 204,091 



440 

257 

208 

45 

95 

80 

98 

104 

62 

139 

139 

185 

87 

41 

96 

72 

39 

74 

55 

49 

88 

142 

41 

85 

54 

202 

49 

25 

56 

29 

114 

48 

41 

18 

61 

54 

36 

38 

17 



128 



CAUSES OF BITUMINOUS FATAL ACCIDENTS BY COUNTY-- -197 5 



COUNTY 





INSIDE 




OUTSIDE 


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Falls 


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ery 


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ping : 


1 


1 
1 


1 


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1 
1 



TOTAL 



Allegheny 
Armstrong 
Beaver 
Blair 
Bradford 
Butler 
Cambria 
Centre 
Clarion 
Clearfield 
Clinton 
Elk 

Fayette 
Fulton 
Greene 
Huntingdon 
Indiana 
Jefferson 
Lawrence 
Lycoming 
Mercer 
Somerset 
Tioga 
Venango 
Washington 
Westmoreland 
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BITUMINOUS COAL 




COUNTY— DISTRICT CROSS REFERENCE LIST 




1975 


County 


Mine Inspection District 


Allegheny 


1, 5, 6, 11, 12, 34 


Armstrong 


2, 10, 11, 14, 25, 35 


Beaver 


26, 31 


Bedford 


42 


Blair 


24, 42 


Bradford 


17 


Butler 


30 


Cambria 


1, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 41, 42, 43 


Centre 


17, 47 


Clarion 


9, 36, 37 


Clearfield 


9, 17, 39, 43, 44, 45, 46 


Clinton 


17, 46 


Elk 


9, 46 


Fayette 


8, 13 


Fulton 


42 


Greene 


3, 4, 13, 26, 32, 33 


Huntingdon 


42 


Indiana 


11, 14, 15, 16, 19, 25, 39 


Jefferson 


9, 14, 38, 46 


Lawrence 


1, 31 


Lycoming 


17, 47 


Mercer 


1, 30 


Somerset 


21, 22, 23, 40, 41 


Tioga 


17, 47 


Venango 


37 


Washington 


6, 7, 8, 26, 32, 34 


Westmoreland 


11, 12, 23, 34 



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314 



CLEANING PLANTS AND TIPPLES 

1975 

BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 



Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Name 


Operator 


Location 


Code 


23 


Adams Siding Tipple 


Cardinal Mining Co. 


Friedens 


15541 


3 


Alicia No. 2 Tipple 


L. & J. Docks 


Greensboro 


15338 


11 


Allegheny No. 2 Cleaning Plant 


Perm Allegh Coal Co. , Inc 


Tarentum 


15084 


17 


Amesville No. 1 Tipple 


Flango Brothers Coal 


Houtzdale 


16651 


24 


Antis Tipple 


Cambria Coal Co. 


Blandburg 


16619 


15 


Apollo No. 1 Tipple 


Apollo Corporation 


Shelocta 


15774 


15 


Apollo No. 2 Preparation Plant 


Apollo Corporation 


Heilwood 


15745 


17 


Apple No. 4 Tipple 


Cambria Mills Coal Co., Inc 


Fallentimber 


16639 


14 


Arcadia No. 43 Tipple 


Arcadia Co., Inc. 


Arcadia 


15712 


9 


Aurora No. 5 Tipple 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 


Bigler 


16825 


17 


Banion No. 10 Cleaning Plant 


Empire Coal Co., Inc. 


Madera 


16661 


12 


Banning No. 4 Cleaning Plant 


Republic Steel Corporation 


West Newton 


15089 


14 


Bear Run No. 2 Preparation Plant 


Johnstown Coal & Coke Co. 


Johnstown 


15901 


23 


Bear Run Tipple 


Cardinal Mining Co. 


Friedens 


15541 


17 


Belfast No. 14 Siding 


Stott Coal Co., Inc. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


9 


Belfast Tipple 


Hepburnia Coal Co. 


Grampian 


16838 


17 


Benjamin No. 3 Cleaning Plant 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


La Jose 


15753 


17 


Benjamin No. 6 Cleaning Plant 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


Westover 


16692 


9 


Benjamin No. 7 Cleaning Plant 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


La Jose 


15753 


9 


Benjamin No. 8 Cleaning Plant 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


La Jose 


15753 


21 


Bird Cleaning Plant 


Island Creek Coal 


Riverside 


17868 


1 


Blacksburg Tipple 


West Freedom Mining Corp. 


Kittanning 


16201 


22 


Bloom No. 4 Tipple 


Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc.,M.F.Boswell 


15531 


14 


Bostonia Tipple 


Ernest C. Dean Contractor 


New Bethlehem 


16242 


9 


Boyer Tipple 


Boyer Coal Co. 


DuBois 


15801 


17 


Bradford Breaker 


Johnson & Morgan 


Snow Shoe 


16874 


2 


Bridgeburg Tipple 


C. H. Snyder Co. 


Kittanning 


16201 


9 


Brockway Tipple 


P & N Coal Co., Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


20 


Brookdale Preparation Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corporation 


Mineral Point 


15942 


2 


Bruce Tipple 


James W. Giron Coal Co. 


Kaylor 


16042 


1 


Bruin Tipple 


AH-RS Coal Corporation 


Bruin 


16022 


10 


Cadogan Preparation Plant 


Allegheny River Mining Co. 


Cadogan 


16212 


10 


Cadogan Tipple 


Rob Coal Co. 


Cadogan 


16212 


24 


Cambria Slope Preparation Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corporation 


Ebensburg 


15931 


23 


Cambria Tipple & Cleaning Plant 


PBS Coals, Inc. 


Central City 


15926 


17 


Cammos Tipple 


Cambria Coal Co. 


Blandburg 


16619 


6 


Champion No. 1 Preparation Plant 


Consolidation Coal Co. 


Imperial 


15126 


9 


Clarion Tipple 


Glacial Minerals, Inc. 


Clarion 


16214 


8 


Clyde Preparation Plant 


Republic Steel Corporation 


Frederick town 


15333 


23 


Coal Junction Tipple & CI. Plant 


Coal Junction Coal Co. 


Friedens 


15541 


19 


Colver Cleaning Plant 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp 


.Colver 


15927 


14 


Colwell Loading Dock & Crusher 


Colwell Coal Co. 


Kittanning 


16201 


16 


Conemaugh No. 1 Preparation PI. 


North American Coal Corp. 


Seward 


15954 


9 


Corsica Cleaning Plant 


R.E.M. Coal Cc., Inc. 


Brookville 


15825 


9 


Corsica Tipple 


Stahlman Coal Co., Inc.,W.P. 


Clarion 


16214 


14 


Coulter Tipple 


Glenn Coal Co. 


Oliveburg 


15764 


9 


Culbertson Tipple 


H. & G. Coal & Clay Co., Inc. 


Clarion 


16214 


1 


Darlington Tipple 


Ralph A. Veon, Inc. 


Darlington 


16115 


13 


Daugherty Tipple 


Bartz Coal Co. 


Smithfield 


15478 


11 


David Cleaning Plant 


Canterbury Coal Co. 


Maysville 


15618 


14 


Dayton Tipple 


P & N Coal Co., Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


10 


Decker Tipple 


B- H. & H. , Inc. 


Kittanning 


16201 


12 


Delmont Cleaning Plant 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp 


.Hunker 


15639 


22 


Doe Valley Loading Dock 


Doe Valley Coal Co. 


Hooversville 


15936 


14 


Doverspike Cleaning Plant 


Doverspike Brothers Coal Co. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


9 


Eagle Rock No. 10 Tipple 


Teeter Coal Co. , John 


Philipsburg 


16866 


1 


Eidenau Tipple 


Kerry Coal Co. 


Portersville 


16051 


7 


Ellsworth No. 51 Cleaning Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corporation 


Eighty Four 


15330 


9 


Emery Tipple 


Brookside Coal Co. 


Brookville 


15825 


22 


Eureka No. 36 Tipple 


Heshbon Coal Co. 


Windber 


15963 


21 


Eureka No. 40 Up Processing PI. 


Jandy Coal Co. 


Scalp Level 


15963 


9 


Evans & Mays Tipples 


Maurersberg Coal Co. 


Sigel 


15860 


14 


Fetterman Tipple 


Fetterman Coal Co. 


Glen Campbell 


15742 


23 


Fetterolf No. 1 Cleaning Plant 


M.F.Fetterolf Coal Co. , Inc. 


Boswell 


15531 


23 


Fetterolf No. 3 Cleaning Plant 


M.F.Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 


Boswell 


15531 


17 


Fisher No. 1 Cleaning Plant 


Fisher Mining Co. 


English Center 


17733 


16 


Florence No. 1 Preparation Plant 


Florence Mining Co. 


Seward 


15954 



315 



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Foster No. 4 & 5 Cleaning Plant 

Fryburg Tipple 

Genovese Processing Plant 

Glenside Preparation Plant 

Goshen Tipple 

Grant No. 1 Tipple 

Grays Landing Dock 

Greenwich Cleaning Plant 

H. & R. Tipple 

Halfway Coalyard 

Harcliff Tipple 

Harraar Cleaning Plant 

Harmon Tipple 

Hastings Cleaning Plant 

Hickory Tipple 

Hilliards Preparation Plant 

Hillman Tipple 

Hillsville Tipple 

Hoffman No. 3 Tipple 

Hooker Tipple 

Hutchinson Preparation Plant 

Hyland Tipple 

Irvona Tipple 

Isabella Cleaning Plant 

Jamisanville Tipple 

Job No. 5 Tipple 

Kettle Creek Tipple 

Kincaid Tipple 

Kitt Preparation Plant 

LaBelle Preparation Plant 

Lancashire No. 20 Cleaning Plant 

Lancashire No. 24 Preparation PI. 

Lancashire No. 25 Preparation PI. 

Laughead Preparation Plant 

Laurel Preparation Plant 

Laurita Cleaning Plant 

Leland No. 10 Tipple 

Leslie Tipple 

Lilly Loading Dock 

Lock No. 8 

Loop Run Siding 

Lucinda Tipple 

Lucinda Tipple 

MEM Preparation Plant 

Mahoning Creek Cleaning Plant 

Maple Creek Preparation Plant 

Marion Cleaning Plant 

Marion Washing Plant 

Marianna No. 58 Cleaning Plant 

Markle Preparation Plant 

Markle Tipple 

Masontown Dock 

Mathies Cleaning Plant 

Mears Preparation Plant 

Medix Tipple 

Mid Penn Tipple 

Militant Smokeless No. 1 Prep. PI 

Minns ripple 

Mount Carmel No. 2 Tipple 

Nemacolin Preparation Plant 

North Apollo Tipple 

No. 37 Processing Plant 

No. 40 Processing Plant 

Oneida No. 4 Cleaning Plant 

Oneida Tipple 

P & S Tipple 

Parkside Preparation Plant 

Peggs Run Cleaning Plant 

Penfiled No. 1 Tipple 

Penn Pocahontas Cleaning Plant 

Perry Brothers Tipple 

Pine City Plant 



Operator 

Leechburg Mining Co. 
A. P. Weaver & Sons 
Genovese Coal Co. 
James Coal Mining Co. 
Baughman Coal Co.,Inc.,R.D. 
Marion Center Mining Co. 
J & C Loading Co. 
Greenwich Collieries 
H. & R. Coal Co. 
S. & D. Trucking Co. 
Ernest C. Dean Contractor 
Harmer Coal Co. 
Harmon Coal Co. 
North Cambria Fuel Co. 
Thomas Brothers Coal Co. 
Lakeview Processing Corp. 
P & N Coal Co. , Inc. 
Ambrosia Coal & Const. Co. 
J. E. Hoffman Coal Co., Inc. 
Black Fox Mng. & Dev. Corp. 
Consolidation Coal Co. 
Shawville Coal Co. 
Cambria Coal Co. 
National Mines Corporation 
AH-RS Coal Corporation 
PBS Coals, Inc. 
Avery Coal Co., Inc. 
Black Fox Mng. & Dev. Corp. 
Kitt Coal Co., Inc. 
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 
Barnes & Tucker Co. 
Barnes & Tucker Co. 
Barnes & Tucker Co. 
Ruane Coal & Coke Co. 
Colsolidation Coal Co. 
Laurita Coal Co. 
Flango Brothers Coal 
Helena Coal Co., Inc. 
Ace Drilling Coal Co. , Inc. 
Utilities Fuel Co. 
Garden Coal Co., Inc. 
Carroll Coal Trust 
Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. 
M B M Coal Co., Inc. 
Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co 
United States Steel Corp. 
Tunnelton Mining Co. 
Sunbeam Coal Corporation 
Bethlehem Mines Corporation 
Markle-Bullers Coal Co. 
Harold E. Brocious 
J & C Loading Co. 
Mathies Coal Co. 
Mears Coal, Inc. 
P & N Coal Co., Inc 
Avery Coal Co., Inc. 
.Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 
Benjamin Coal Co. 
Moshannon Falls Mng. Co., Inc. 
Buckeye Coal Co. 
Altcire Bros. Coal Co., Inc. 
G.M.K. Co. 
M. & K. Coal Co. 
Oneida Mining Co. 
North Butler Coal Co. 
Doan Coal Co. 
Mclntire Coal Co. 
Peggs Run Coal Co. , Inc. 
Marlowe Coal Co., Inc., Fred 
Penn Pocahontas Coal Co. 
Perry Brothers Coal Co. 
A. P. Weaver & Sons 





Zip 


Location 


Code 


Leechburg 


15656 


Fryburg 


16326 


New Geneva 


15467 


Starford 


15777 


Brookville 


15825 


Marion Center 


15759 


Grays Tending 


15461 


Ebensburg 


15931 


Kittanning 


16201 


Snow Shoe 


16874 


New Bethlehem 


16242 


Harraarville 


15238 


Dayton 


16222 


Elder Twp. (Cambria Co. 


Grampian 


16838 


Hilliards 


16040 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


Edinburg 


16116 


Karthaus 


16845 


Kams City 


16041 


Hutchinson 


15640 


Shawville 


16873 


Blandburg 


16619 


Isabella 


15447 


Bruin 


16022 


Central City 


15926 


Westport 


17778 


Kams City 


16041 


Adrian 


16210 


LaBelle 


15450 


Barnesboro 


15714 


Nicktown 


15762 


Elmora 


15737 


Wynn 


15401 


Central City 


15926 


Point Marion 


15474 


Houtzdale 


16651 


Osceola Mills 


16666 


Lilly 


15938 


Point Marion 


15474 


Pottersdale 


16871 


Lucinda 


16235 


Lucinda 


16235 


Bentleyville 


15314 


Templeton 


16259 


New Eagle 


15067 


Saltsburg 


15681 


Beyers 


16020 


Eighty Four 


15330 


Kittanning 


16201 


Timblin 


15778 


Masontown 


15461 


Courtney 


15029 


Dixonville 


15734 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


Madera 


16661 


Bigler 


16825 


La Jose 


15753 


Clearfield 


16830 


Nemacolin 


15351 


Apollo 


15613 


Windber 


15963 


L'indber 


15963 


Dilltown 


15929 


Butler 


16001 


Brockway 


15824 


Shelocta 


15774 


Shippenport 


15077 


Dillsburg 


17019 


Garrett 


15542 


Sharon 


16146 


Fryburg 


16326 



316 



Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Name 


Operator 


Location 


Code 


17 


Pinehill Tipple 


Jones & Brogue Mining Co. 


Morris Run 


16939 


23 


Pine Hill No. 2 Tipple 


Croner, Inc. 


Berlin 


15530 


9 


Piney Tipple 


C & K Coal Co. 


Clarion 


16214 


9 


Proctor No. 3 Tipple 


Owens Coal Mining Co. 


Penfield 


15849 


17 


Red Run Tipple 


Jones & Brague Mining Co. 


Ralston 


17763 


22 


Reitz No. 4 Cleaning Plant 


Reitz Coal Co. 


Central City 


15926 


17 


Renova Tipple 


R. S. Carl in, Inc. 


Renova 


17764 


5 


Renton Cleaning Plant 


Consolidation Coal Co. 


Pittsburgh 


15239 


9 


Rimersburg Tipple 


C & K Coal Co. 


Clarion 


16214 


3 


Robena Preparation Plant 


United States Steel Corp. 


Greensboro 


15338 


9 


Rockton Tipple 


Avery Coal Co. , Inc. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


23 


Rockwood Tipple & Cleaning Plant 


Casselman Coal Sales Co. 


Friedens 


15541 


9 


Rolling Stone Tipple 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 


Kylertown 


16847 


14 


Rossiter No. 2 Savan Tipple 


Arcadia Co, Inc. 


Arcadia 


15712 


1 


Rovella Tipple 


Kerry Coal Co. 


Portersville 


16051 


17 


Rushton Tipple 


Rushton Mining Co. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


1 


Russellton Cleaning Plant 


Republic Steel Corporation 


Russellton 


15076 


21 


St. Michael Processing Plant 


G. M. K. Co. 


St. Michael 


15951 


1 


Sandy Lake Tipple 


Miller & McKnight Coal Co.IncSlippery Rock 


16057 


23 


Scurf ic.ld No. 1 Tipple & CI. PI. 


Scurf ield Coal, Inc. 


Berlin 


15530 


22 


Shade Creek Cleaning Plant 


PBS Coals, Inc. 


Central City 


15926 


9 


Sliannon No. 12 Tipple 


Shannon Coal Co. 


Clarion 


16214 


17 


Shannon Smokeless No.l Prep. PI. 


Bradford Coal Co. , Inc. 


Bigler 


16825 


13 


Shannapin Cleaning Plant 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp 


Dilliner 


15327 


23 


Shaw No. 7 Tipple 


Sanner Bros. Coal Co. 


Rockwood 


15557 


9 


Sherman Tipple 


R. E. M. Coal Co., Inc. 


Brookville 


15825 


23 


Shober Tipple 


Decker Construction Co. 


Garrett 


15542 


9 


Siegel No. 3 Tipple 


Siegel Coal Co., Harold A. 


Clarion 


16214 


17 


Snow Shoe Tipple 


R. S. Carl in, Inc. 


Snow Shoe 


16874 


22 


Solar Fuel Cleaning Plant 


Solar Fuel Co. 


Hooversville 


15936 


23 


Somerset No. 1 Tipple 


Appalachian Fuels, Inc. 


Somerset 


15501 


7 


Somerset No. 60 Cleaning Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corporation 


Somerset Twp. 


15501 


21 


Sonman Processing Plant 


Cooney Brothers Coal Co. 


Sonman 


15946 


7 


Speers Dock 


J & C loading Co. 


Mason town 


15461 


23 


Stoystown Tipple 


Tri-C Coal Co. , Inc. 


Somerset 


15501 


9 


Stott No. 1 Cleaning Plant 


Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. 


Penfield 


15849 


9 


Surveyor Tipple 


Shawville Coal Co. 


Shawville 


16873 


9 


Tait Tipple 


R. D. Baughman Coal Co.,Inc 


Brookville 


15825 


13 


Taylor Preparation Plant 


Brownsville Welding Co. 


Braznell 


15442 


14 


Terry Tipple 


Terry Coal Sales, Inc. 


Distant 


16223 


17 


Van Tipple 


Avery Coal Co., Inc. 


Wallaceton 


16876 


14 


Vetica Tipple 


Vetica Construction Co. 


Timblin 


15778 


4 


Warwick Preparation Plant 


Duquesne Light Co. 


Greensboro 


15338 


14 


Widnoon Tipple 


R. D. Baughman Coal Co., Inc. 


Brookville 


15825 


1 


Willowbrook Tipple 


Willowbrook Mining Co. 


Grove City 


16127 


17 


Westcver Tipple 


Kristianson & Johnson Coal CoWestover 


16692 



317 



318 



BITUMINOUS 

COAL 
OPERATORS 






319 



320 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



BITUMINOUS COAL OPERATORS- --YEAR 1975 



* Denotes operators having strip mines. 

# Denotes operators having auger mines. 

@ Denotes operators having refuse or reclaimed piles 



District Operator 



General Supt. 



Address 



Zip 
Code 
15690 
15601 
15613 
.26431 
16022 
15956 
15767 
16201 
16201 
16057 
15126 
16214 
15613 
15541 
16116 
15557 
16254 
19031 
15774 
15650 
15683 
15022 
15501 
15712 
15501 
15901 
16866 
15501 
15712 
16038 
16201 
16226 
15451 
15901 
16922 
15714 
15478 

15825 
15558 
15851 
15557 
15714 
15940 
15722 

15753 
15748 
15849 
15314 

15931 
15557 
15478 
16214 
16061 
15024 
15963 
15934 
15552 
15901 
15317 
15501 
16041 



35 A. A. Coal Co.* 

34 A & B Coal Co.* 

34,39 A & C Coal Co., Inc.* 

32 A. & H. Coal Co., Inc.' 

1,30,35,36 AH-RS Coal Corp .1 



24,42 
38 
30 
10 
37 
34 
35 

11,35 
41 
1,31 
40 
37 

43,46 ■ 
34,35 
30 
34 

15,35 
23 

14,39,43 
40 
17 

9,17,44 
40,41 
39 
30 

30,35 
10,35 
33 
41 
47 

18,24 
33 

9,14,35,36 
38 



Robt. E. Altmire 
Angelo Cutia 
Floyd G. Cass 
Walter Haass 
Robt. L. Snyder 
R. E. Schmidt 
M. J. Adams 
Sam Morrison 
K. B. Dinger 



Ace Drilling Coal Co., Inc.' 
Adams, Mervin J.* 
Allegheny Mineral Corp.* 
Allegheny River Mining Co. 
Allied Fuel & Materials, Inc.* Mac Chutz 
Aloe Coal Co.* Henry A. Vincent 

Alpha Env. Mining Corp., The* 
Altmire Bros. Coal Co., Inc.* Mack Altmire 
Ed Alumbaugh 
Co. 



R. D. 2 Vandergrift 

827 E. Pgh. St. Greensburg 

R. D. 3, Box 411 Apollo 

Box 215 Shinnston.W.Va 

Box A Bruin 

P. 0. Box 153 South Fork 

R. D. 4, Box 113 Punxsutawney 

P. 0. Box 10 Kit tanning 

132 N. McKean St.Kittanning 

467 New Castle StSlippery Rock 



Box 50 
Box 231 
Box 281 



Alumbaugh Coal Corp.* 
Ambrosia Coal & Const 
American Mining Co.* 
Ancient Sun, Inc.* 
Anderson Creek Coal & Clay Co, 
Ankeny, Donald K.* 
Ann Mineral Co.* 
Ansell, Earl* 
Apollo Corp., The*# 
Appalachian Fuels, Inc. 
Arcadia Co., Inc., The* 



K. Shick, Jr. 
W. Thos. Mowry 
Don Kahle, Jr. 
* Earl Buck 
D. K. Ankeny 
Harold Henning 
Earl Ansell 
Leo Indyk 
Dean Lyons 
Andrew Stossel 



Imperial 

Clarion 

Apollo 

Friedens 

Edinburg 

Rockwood 

Shippenville 

Flourtown 

Shelocta 

Latrobe 

Scottdale 

Charleroi 



Ardell Natural Res. (Pa.), Inc. *A. W. Wasson 



Associated Drilling, In 
Avery Coal Co., Inc.* 
B B L Enterprises, Inc. 
BBS Coal Co.* 
B & D Coal Co.* 
B & G Construction Co., 
B. H. & H., Inc.*# 
B & P Coal Co.* 
Badger Coal Co . , Inc . * 
Bailey Coal Co., D. * 
Barnes & Tucker Co. 
Bartoni Coal Co.* 



Baughman Coal Co., Inc.R.D. 

Beachy & Beachy Coal Co.* 

Becker, Jr., Blake * 

Beener, C. Edward * 

Beilchick Bros.* 

Bender, James H.* 

Bender Coal Co., Edward P.* 



40 
38 
40 
39 
42 
42 
9,17,38,39, 

43,44,45 Benjamin Coal Co.* 
39 Bennett, William R.* 
46 Bennetts Coal Co.*# 
34,39,42 Bentley Coal Co., Inc.*? 
1,7,19,20,21, 

22,24,26 Bethlehem Mines Corp. 
40 
33 
36 
30 
34 
42 
41 
40 
.35 
,34 
40 
1,30 



Milford Kephart 
Richard Thomas 
Blake Beeghly 
Phillip Brown 
Chester Barr 
Blaney W. Bowser 
Henry E. Bartony 
Wayne K. Baker 
Frank Polenik 

D. Bailey 

C. R. Maberry 
Domenic Bartoni 

Melvin S. Reitz 
Milton Beachy 
Blake Becker 
C. Ed. Beener 
Paul Beilchick 
Jas. H. Bender 

E. P. Bender 

David J. Benjamin 
Wm. R. Bennett 
W. DeSalve 
Boyd Strittmatter 



R. D. 2 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 3 

P. 0. Box 129 

P. 0. Box 301 

R. D. 1 

500 Lloyd Ave. 

R. D. 1, Box 79 

212 - 6th St. 

S. Lynn Ave. 

Box 3 Arcadia 

E. Union St. Somerset 

1106 1st Nat.Bk. Johnstown 

P. 0. Box 232 Philipsburg 

R. D. 1 Somerset 

Box 17 Arcadia 

Box 274 Harrisville 

734 Butler Road Kittanning 

1008 5th Ave. Ford City 

Box 96 Lake Lynn 

525 Swank Bldg. Johnstown 

R. D. 2 Galeton 

1912 Chestnut Av.Barnesboro 

R. D. 2, Box 336 Smithfield 



P. 0. Box 218 



R. 1, 

R. D. 

R. D. 

R. D. 

P. 0. 

R. D. 



Box 274 

2 

3 

2 

Box 116 



R. D. 1 
R. D. 1 



Box 585 



Brookville 

Salisbury 

Reynoldsville 

Rockwood 

Barnesboro 

Loretto 

Carrolltown 

LaJose 
Homer City 
Penfield 
Bentleyville 



Better Mining, Inc.* 

Betty Louise Coal Co.* 

Beveridge Coal * 

Big B Mining Co.* 

Big Break Mining Co.* 

Bigan Coal Co., M. H.* 

Bigan Estate, John E.* 

Bittner Coal Co.* 

Bituminous Intl. Corp.* 

Bituminous Processing Co.Inc.@Wm. C. Camp 

Black Diamond Coal Co.* Donald Soberdash 

Black Fox Mng. & Dev. Corp.* Walter Barnhart 



E. J. Korber 
James Morchesky 
Wm. R. Kelly 
Chas. Beveridge 
Carl Householder 
Saul Bergad 
M. H. Bigan 
J. E. Bigan 
D. J. Bittner 
W. P. Hirsh 



P. 0. Box 29 Ebensburg 
R. D. 1 Rockwood 
R. D. 3, Box 101A Smithfield 
R. D. 1, Box 65A Clarion 
R. D. 1 W. Sunbury 
1005 Freeport Rd.Cheswick 
421 Bigan Dr. Windber 
Box 84 Elton 
R. D. 4, Box 160 Meyersdale 
302 Park Bldg. Johnstown 
285 S. Wash. Rd. McMurray 
R. D. 1 Somerset 
Box F Karns City 



321 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Cod 


22 


Bloom, Ralph, Jr. 


Ralph Bloom, Jr. 


R. D. 1 


Holsopple 


159 


40 


Blough Coal Co.* 


Thos. Firestone 


Box 87 


Alverda 


157 


32 


Bologna Mining Co.* 


Eldo Bruner 


Box 309 


Burgettstown 


15C 


41 


Boomdown Coal Co., Inc.* 


D. McCul lough 


Box 269 


Cairnbrook 


159 


13,33 


Bortz Coal Co.* 


G. H. Bortz III 


63 N.Bee son Ave. 


Uniontown 


154 


9,38 


Boyer Coal Co.* 


Win. P. Boyer 


206 E. Sherman Av.DuBois 


158 


32 


Boyle Land & Fuel Co.* 


A. J. Boyle, Jr. 


164 Westmd. Ave. 


Greensburg 


156 


38 


Bracken Construction Co.* 


D. A. Bracken 


Box 186 


Sligo 


162 


9,17,44,45 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc.* 


C. E. Morris 




Bigler 


168 


41 


Brant Coal Co., Inc.* 


F. F. Brant 


R. D. 2 


Friedens 


155 


40 


Brant Mining Co., C* 


Chas. Brant 


N. Franklin Ave. 


Somerset 


155 


40 


Brawal Mining, Inc.* 


Clair D. Rose 


R. D. 1 


Boswell 


155 


34 


Bridge Coal Co.* 


R. L. Leasure 


R. D. 2 


Homer City 


157 


14 


Brocious, Harold E. 


H. E. Brocious 




Timblin 


157 


33 


Brooks, Howard G.* 


Chas. E. Brooks 


Box 105 


Smithfield 


154 


9 


Brookside Coal Co. 


Robt. L. Emery 


R. D. 1 


Brookville 


156 


44 


Brown Co . , Earl M. * 


G. F. Krisher 


329 Mt.Joy Rd. 


Clearfield 


168 


34 


Brown Coal Co., Inc., C.W.* 


C. W. Brown 


P. 0. Box 23 


Whitney 


156 


13 


Brownsville Welding Co. 






Braznell 


154 


38 


Brubaker Bros. Coal Co.* 


J. 0. Brubaker 


302 W.DuBois Ave.DuBois 


158 


31 


Brush Run, Inc.* 


Frank Res ton 


648 E. Wash. St. 


New Castle 


161 


35 


Bryar Const. Co., Inc.* 


E. B. Armitage 


311 N. 2nd St. 


Apollo 


156 


3 


Buckeye Coal Co. , The 


White Bourland 


P. 0. Box 158 


Nemacolin 


15: 


44,45 


Bull Run Coal Co.* 


P. G. Forcey, Jr. 


Box 807 


Clearfield 


168 


33 


Buncic Coal Co.* 


John Buncic 


R. D. 3 


Smithfield 


154 


38 


Burkett, Maxine L.* 


Larry L. Burkett 


R. D. 5, Box 760 


Punxsutawney 


157 


33 


Burkland, Howard* 


Howard Burkland 


1180 W. Chestnut Washington 


15: 


40 


Burnham Coal Co.* 


Howard Detwiler 


P. 0. Box 102 


Garrett 


155 


39 


C & C Coal Co.*# 


Ronald Coleman 


Box 102 


Kent 


157 


9,30,36,37 


' C & K Coal Co.* 


J. M. Hillman 


Box 69 


Clarion 


162 


40 


C & Coal Co.* 


Leo L. Ohler 


R. D. 4 


Berlin 


155 


41 


C & P Coal Co., Inc.* 


Michael Pelesky 




Boswell 


155 


22 


Cairnbrook Coal Co., Inc. 


Henry Vehovic 


P. 0. Box 86 


Alverda 


157 


38 


Calhoun, Dwight M.* 


D. M. Calhoun 


R. D. 1 


Brockway 


158 


17,24,42,43 Cambria Coal Co.* 


Wm. Staggs 


P. 0. Box 1507 


Blandburg 


166 


17,42,43 


Cambria Mills Coal Co., Inc.' 


t T. Merle Apple 


R. D. 


Fallentimber 


166 


32 


Campbell, David 0.* 


D. 0. Campbell 


P. 0. Box 281 


Carmichaels 


15: 


14 


Cannel Coal Co., Inc. 


Lewis Hartzell 


R. D. 2 


Kittanning 


162 


11 


Canterbury Coal Co. 


Mario Fassio 


Drawer R 


Avonmore 


156 


33 


Carbonara Coal Co.* 


Carl Carbonara 


R. D. 4, Box 604A Uniontown 


154 


23,40,41 


Cardinal Mining Co., The * 


Dale Testa 


P. 0. Box 127 


Friedens 


155 


17,45,47 


Carlin, Inc., R. S.* 


David Spear 




Snow Shoe 


168 


31 


Carlson Mining *# 


Jack Carlson 


R. D. 6, Box 267 


New Castle 


16] 


10-35 


Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co 


.*# D. G. Batistig 


Box 218 


Templeton 


162 


36,37 


Carroll, Patrick* 


Patrick Carroll 


Box 153 


Lucinda 


162 


9 


Carroll Coal Trusts 


Patrick Carroll 


Box 153 


Lucinda 


162 


23 


Casselman Coal Sales Co. 


S. A. Svonavec 


R. D. 1 


Friedens 


155 


38 


Caylor, V. Glenn* 


V. G. Caylor 


R. D. 4, Box 10C 


i Punxsutawney 


157 


45 


Central Coal Co.* 


Homer Price 




Curwensville 


168 


4 


Central Cambria Drilling Co. 


G. M. Williamson 


P. 0. Box 207 


Ebensburg 


15< 


33 


Central & Eastern Coal Co.* 


Vincent V. Smith 


3203 Maryland A\ 


'.N.Versailles 


151 


44 


Centre Fuel & Mineral * 


R. B. Turner 


P. 0. Box 506 


Philipsburg 


168 


32,33 


Chess Coal Co.* 


Larry Chess 


R. D. 1, Box 15 IB Smithfield 


15/ 


34 


Cinco Corp.@ 


Gerald Kirch 


P. 0. Box 368 


Yukon 


15( 


36 


Clarion Fossil Fuels Corp.* 


Michael A. Palo 


Box 94 


Clarion 


162 


37 


Clarion Realty Co.* 


John Edeler 


R. D. 1 


Emlenton 


16: 


45 


Clearfield Limestone Corp.* 


Jos. W. Michaels 


620 Tyler Ave. 


Clearfield 


168 


33 


Coal Energies, Ltd.@ 


W. T. McCartney 


Box 877 


Uniontown 


15^ 


45 


Coal Hill Contracting Co., Inc.* Rhue Ogden 


P. 0. Box 1001 


Clearfield 


168 


23,40 


Coal Junction Coal Co.* 


J. M. Lynch 


R. D. 1 


Friedens 


155 


32 


Coal Utilities Corp.* 


Gary Harper 


R. D. 1, Box 23C Charleroi 


15( 


38 


Colcali Construction Co.* 


Dean A. Hall 


Box 234 


Corsica 


158 


36,37 


Colt Resources, Inc.* 


James Uzmack 


Box 245 


Clarion 


162 


14 


Colwell Coal Co. 


Chas. E. Powell 


Keystone Bldg. 


Kittanning 


162 


41 


Conemaugh Coal & Const. Corp. 


* A. Wayne Corle 


Bren-Lin Village 


i Johnstown 


155 


46 


Confer Bros. Coal Co.* 


Irvin L. Confer 




Milesburg 


168 


5,6,12,22 












26 


Consolidation Coal Co. 


D. K. Blankenship Box 500 


Library 


15] 


46 


Cooks Run Coal Co., Inc.* 


Robt. R. Spangler Box 28 


Wallaceton 


168 


21,42 


Cooney Bros. Coal Co.* 


Blaine Curtis 


Box 246 


Cresson 


16< 


14 


Copper Valley Coal Co., Inc. 


Sam Marano 


401 S. Water St. 


Kittanning 


162 


36 


Cotterman Coal Co., W. A.* 


W. A. Cotterman 


Box 586 


Clarion 


162 


22 


Country Club Coal Co. 


Ron Corl 


818 12th St. 


Windber 


15< 



322 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
Code 


8,12 


Crescent Hills Coal Co., Inc 


Dominic Esposto 


P. 0. Box 241 


Daisy town 


15427 


23,40 


Croner, Inc.* 


Earl 0. Croner 


204 Broadway 


Berlin 


15530 


32 


Cusick, Lloyd * 


Leonard Robinson 




Carmichaels 


15320 


31 


Darlington Brick & Clay 












Products Co.* 


L. H. Smith 




Darlington 


16115 


14 


Davis Coal Co. 


Clair J. Davis 


R. D. 1 


Creekside 


15732 


2,14,35,36 Dean Contractor, Ernest C* 


Ronald Dean 


Box 161 


New Bethlehem 


16242 


23,40 


Decker Construction Co.* 


Robt. W. Decker 


Box 216 


Garrett 


15542 


34 


Deep Valley Coal Co.* 


P. J. Fleck 


2326 Green treeRd 


.Carnegie 


15106 


36 


Deitz, Donald W.* 


D. W. Deitz 


34 8th Ave. 


Clarion 


16214 


23 


Delta Mining, Inc. 


James Park 


Box 112 


Jennerstown 


15547 


34 


Diamond Fuel Co.* 


Wm. Fiore 


Box 119 


Clairton 


15025 


41 


Diamond T Coal Co.* 


Richard Berlanti 


Box 343 


Somerset 


15501 


32 


Dippel & Dippel Coal Co.* 


Dale Henderson 


23 West St. 


Morgantown.W.V 


. 26505 


9,38,46 


Doan Coal Co.*# 


D. G. Doan 


912 Main St. 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


22 


Doe Valley Coal Co. 


Jos. Benny, Sr. 


Box 95 


Windber 


15963 


39 


Dol-Son, Inc.* 


Jos. E. Santella 


Box 388 


Rochester Millsl5771 


40 


Doraville Enterprises * 


E. K. Wahl, Sr. 


Box 423 


Somerset 


15501 


35 


Doverspike, Gary C* 


G. C. Doverspike 


Box 66 


Distant 


16223 


14,38 


Dover spike Bros. Coal Co.* 


D. J. Doverspike 


R. D. 4, Box ID 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


34 


Duco Enterprise, Inc.* 


Wm. Duchess 


R. D. 1, Box 30A McDonald 


15057 


30 


Duncan Coal Co.* 


Alfred Duncan 


R. D. 2 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


39 


Dunkard Creek Coal, Inc.*# 


H. E. Bartony 


1008 5th Ave. 


Ford City 


16226 


4 


Dunkard Mining Co. 


Robt. Chess 


Box 8 


Dilliner 


15327 


41 


Dunlo Construction Co.@ 


J. J. Ondesko 




Dunlo 


15930 


4 


Duquesne Light Co. 


J. E. Elkin 


R. D. 1 


Greensboro 


15338 


34 


E & J Contracting Co.* 


Jos. E. Weaver 


543 Locust Val.Rd.Greensburg 


15601 


1 


Eagal Coal Co. 


Craig Saul, Jr. 


430 JamisonvilleR. Butler 


16001 


35 


Eagle Mountain Coal Co.* 


Isaac Reiner 


Box A 


Timblin 


15778 


41 


East Ridge Mining, Inc.* 


Lynn Boyce 




We stover 


16692 


12,19 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp 


M. A. Graham 


Koppers Bldg. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


4 


Eberhart, George R. 


G. R. Eberhart 


R. D. 2, Box 114 Smithfield 


15478 


45 


Edmunds Contr. & Supply Co., 












Inc.* 


Wm. F. Edmunds 


P. 0. Box 160 


Frenchville 


16836 


33,34 


Eidemiller, Inc., Adam * 


W. P. Eidemiller 


R. D. 8, Box 99 


Greensburg 


15601 


43,44,47 


Elliot Coal Mining Co., Inc.* G. Shingledecker 




Osceola Mills 


16666 


38 


Emery, Robert L.* 


George Krach 


R. D. 1 


Brookville 


15825 


17,43,44 


Empire Coal Co., Inc.* 


D. J. Benjamin 


R. D. 1 


LaJose 


15753 


32 


Energy Resource Corp. of 












America* 


Jas. Rogers 


P. 0. Box 188 


Pt. Marion 


15474 


37 


Equitable Coal Co.* 


Wm. N. Rupert 


10 Grant St. 


Clarion 


16214 


35 


Erdley Bros. Construction Co 


*Martin Erdley 


R. D. 6 


Kittarming 


16201 


46 


Esquire Fuel Co.* 


C. Miller 


688 Main St. 


Brockway 


15824 


32 


Etna Equip. & Supply Co.*# 


Andrew Hynick 


P. 0. Box 9515 


Pittsburgh 


15223 


32 


Ewing, Charles W.* 


C. W. Ewing 


141 Ream St. 


Imperial 


15126 


15 


F. P. & K. Coal Co. 


Chas. Pappal, Sr. 


R. D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


46 


F & S Coal & Clay Co., Inc.* 


Floyd Nyman 


R. D. 2 


Howard 


16841 


36 


Fagley, Robert L.* 


Chas. Copenhaver 


122 Merle St. 


Clarion 


16214 


36 


Fairhill Coal Co.* 


Dean Hall 


Box 234 


Corsica 


15829 


14 


Fairview Coal Co. 


Wm. C. Kennedy 


R. D. 4, Box 19D 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


46 


Fairview Coal Co., Inc.* 


John Buhler 


P. 0. Box R 


Ridgway 


15853 


39 


Fello, Thomas A.* 


Thos. A. Fello 


R. D. 1, Box 127 


Saltsburg 


15681 


14 


Fetterman Coal Co. 


Merle Fetterman 


R. D. 1 


Glen Campbell 


15742 


22,23,34, 












40,41 


Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc.M.F 


*George Conklin 


Box 68 


Boswell 


15531 


33 


Filiaggi Coal Co.* 


Jas. V. Filiaggi 


R. D. 6, Box 632 


Uniontown 


15401 


44 


Fink Coal Co., Inc., R. L.* 


R. L. Fink 




Woodland 


16881 


46 


Fink & Stackhouse, Inc.* 


Fred Fink 


2325 Newberry St 


.Williamsport 


17701 


34 


Fiore, Fred * 


Fred Fiore 


60 Clover Drive 


Pittsburgh 


15236 


34,35 


Fiore Development Co.* 


Marshall Fiore 


205 Monongahela 


Glassport 


15045 


17,47 


Fisher Mining Co.* 


J. A. Blaschak.Jr 


.901 Market St. 


Williamsport 


17701 


17,43 


Flango Bros. Coal, Inc.* 


S. J. Flango 


R. D. 1 


Houtzdale 


16651 


34 


Fleck Coal Co.* 


Jas. F. Fleck 


4316 Campbells 












Run Road 


Pittsburgh 


15205 


16 


Florence Mining Co., The 


J. Nippes 


P. 0. Box 351 


Seward 


15954 


32 


Ford & Gaskill * 


Arch F. Rose 




Greensboro 


15338 


34 


Fossil Fuels, Inc.* 


John L. Airman 


R. D. 9, Box 251 


Greensburg 


15601 


46 


Fran Contracting, Inc.* 


Robt. Knittle 


Box 28 


Wallaceton 


16876 


39 


Fran Ru Enterprises, Inc.* 


John J. George 


Box 11 


Creekside 


15732 


45 


France Refractories Co., J. H 


*Jas. T. Hatten 




Snow Shoe 


16874 


4 


Francis Fuel Co. 


Ernest Sauro 




Dilliner 


15327 


21,42 


GMK Co.@ 


M. D. Meehan 


P. 0. Box 408 


Davidsville 


15928 


23,40 


G. M. & W. Coal Co., Inc.* 


James Park 


Box 112 


Jennerstown 


15547 






District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
Code 


43 


G. & R. Stone & Coal Co.* 


Jas. E. Ruffner 




Madera 


16661 


34,35 


Galando Coal Co., Joseph *# 


Jos. Galando, Jr. 


R. D. 2 


New Alexandria 


15670 


34 


Galando Construction Co.* 


Edward Galando 




Derry 


15627 


44 


Gallagher Coal Co.* 


J. E. Gallagher 


P. 0. Box 92 


Sandy Ridge 


16677 


17,46 


Garden Coal Co., Inc.* 


L. C. Learish 




Pottersdale 


16871 


34 


Garin, Nick * 


Nick Garin 


West End 


McDonald 


15057 


26 


Gateway Coal Co. 


P. A. Ferguson 


3 Gateway Center 


Pittsburgh 


15230 


36-38 


Gearhart, Alvin * 


Alvin Gearhart 


Juniata St. Ex. 


LhxBois 


15801 


40 


General Refractories * 


G. P. Jones 


600 Grant St. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


13,32,33 


Genovese Coal Co. * 


T. R. Genovese II 


Box 305 


Farmington 


15437 


42 


Gerbco, Inc.* 


Robt. Knettle 


807 Main St. 


Portage 


15946 


33 


Gerhart, Inc., Roger E.* 


Jack Maser, Jr. 


P. 0. Box T 


Normalville 


15469 


43 


Gibson, Donald * 


Donald Gibson 


P. 0. Box 200 


Westover 


16692 


33 


Gillen, Thomas J. * 


Robt. Sperko 


Box 56 


Cardale 


15420 


2,36 


Giron Coal Co., James W.* 


J. W. Giron 


P. 0. Box 167 


Kaylor 


16042 


9,36 


Glacial Minerals, Inc.* 


Wm. C. Kriebel 


8 S. 8th Ave. 


Clarion 


16214 


9,38,45 


Glen Irvan Corp.* 


Irvan Stoker 


R. D. 1 


Sidman 


15955 


14,38 


Glenn Coal Co.* 


Jas. A. Shertzer 


Box 6 


Oliveburg 


15764 


39 


Glenn Coal Co., Div. of 












Champion Coal Co . , Inc . * 


John R. Yenzi 


Box 164 


Anita 


15711 


40 


Glessner Mines, J. S.* 


Jas. Stoy GlessnerR. D. 2 


Somerset 


15501 


41 


Glessner Mines, R. H.* 


R. H. Glessner.Jr 


.R. D. 2 


Somerset 


15501 


15 


Glory Coal Co., Inc. 


John Polenik 


R. D. 2 


Clymer 


15728 


41 


Godin, Joseph * 


C. Zarefoss, Jr. 


Box 316 


Stoystown 


15563 


40 


Godin, J. S. & Goden, H. E.* 


Jas. S. Godin 


R. D. 1 


Boswell 


15531 


37 


Goetz Coal Co., W. 0.* 


Wm. 0. Goetz 


Box 363 


Seneca 


16346 


33,34 


Golden Flame Fuel Co.* 


Clyde McWilliams 


P. 0. Box 945 


Uniontown 


15401 


34 


Gorr, Richard * 


Richard Gorr 


R. D. 1, Box 333 


Elizabeth 


15037 


40 


Gray Mining Co., Inc.* 


Joe Beller 


142 Green Valley Pittsburgh 


15220 


34 


Green, Inc., Walter * 


Jos. E. Green 


R. D. 1, Box 158 


Scottdale 


15683 


45 


Green Refractories Co., A. P.* 


Robt. F. Goodrich 


P. 0. Box 68 


New Bethlehem 


15084 


32 


Greene County Coal Co.* 


Gerald Gregory 


Box 212 


Greensboro 


15338 


32 


Greene Enterprises * 


Jas. Carolla 


R. D. 1 


Greensboro 


15338 


19 


Greenwich Collieries 


Geo. Trevorrow 


111 W. High St. 


Ebensburg 


15931 


32 


Gysegem Enterprises, Inc.* 


Jos. Bongiorno 


R. D. 1, Box 23C 


Charleroi 


15022 


30 


H & D Coal Co.* 


Robt. Hemdon 


217 Normal Ave. 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


32 


H & E Coal Co.* 


Walter Haass 


R. D. 1, Box 121 


Smithfield 


15478 


9,36,38 


H & G Coal & Clay Co., Inc.* 


Jas. Uzmack 


Box 245 


Clarion 


16214 


41 


H & H Coal Co.* 


E. F. Huston 


1090 W. Main St. 


Somerset 


15501 


2,35 


H & R Coal Co.* 


L. Earl Cravener 


R. D. 1, Box 434 Kittanning 


16201 


47 


Halfway Coalyard, Inc.* 


Ed. B. Hall 




Snow Shoe 


16874 


44 


Hamer, Ardell B.* 


A. B. Hamer 




Wallaceton 


16876 


44,45 


Hamilton Contracting Co. , Al* George Myers 


Box 41 


Woodland 


16881 


43 


Hamlin Coal Co., Inc.* 


Fred H. Lantz 


?. 0. Box 145 


Shawville 


16873 


45 


Hanslovan Coal Co., Inc., Ed.* E. Hanslovan, Sr. 


Route 1, Box 75 


Morrisdale 


16858 


33 


Harbison-Walker Ref. Co.* 


Chas. H. Krey 




Mineral Springsl6855 


5 


Harmar Coal Co. 


David D. Eyer 


2401 Freeport Rd 


.Pittsburgh 


15238 


35 


Harman Co., Inc., Paul C* 


P. C. Harman 


R. D. 1 


Fairmount Cit} 


16224 


14 


Harmon Coal Co. 


K. C. Harmon 




Dayton 


16222 


35,38 


Harmon Coal Co.* 


John J. Harmon 




Dayton 


16222 


21 


Harmony Mining Co. 


Milford Kephart 


1106 1st Nat'l Bk. Johnstown 


15901 


45 


Hartman Contr., Inc., W.G.* 


W. G. Hartman 


R.D.3, Bigler Rd 


.Clearfield 


16830 


34,35,39 


Hawk Bros. Contracting Co.* 


Fred B. Hawk 


R. D.l, Box 366A Kittanning 


16201 


39 


Head Coal Co.* 


Floyd Ruffner, Sr. 


R. D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


25 


Helen Mining Co., The 


Geo. Fraicola 


P. Drawer D 


Homer City 


15748 


17 


Helena Coal Co . , Inc . 


Fred Furguiel 




Osceola Mills 


16666 


25 


Helvetia Coal Co. 


Robt. I. Billings 


655 Church St. 


Indiana 


15701 


33 


Henry Coal Co.* 


Sam Barnhart 




Normalville 


15469 


9,43,45 


Hepburaia Coal Co.* 


Robt. G. Spencer 


R. D. 1 


Grampian 


16838 


22,41,42 


Heshbon Coal Co., Inc.* 


F. R. Allison 


1309 Midway 


Windber 


15963 


33 


Hibbs & Myers Coal Co.* 


W. W. Hibbs 


43 Foreman Ave. 


Uniontown 


15401 


33 


Hill, William L. * 


Wm. Hill 


608 E.Crawford A.Connellsville 


15425 


18 


Hillsdale Mining Co. 


Norman Cessna 


Box 27 


Hillsdale 


15746 


22 


Hiysota Fuel Co. , Inc. 


Boyd Custer 




Jerome 


15937 


9,45 


Hoffman Coal Co., Inc.J.E.* 


Jas. E. Hoffman 




Karthaus 


16845 


44 


Holland, Arden W. * 


W. G. Hartman 


R.D.3, Bigler Rd 


.Clearfield 


16830 


34,39,42 


Homer City Coal Co.* 


J. Raglani 


P. 0. Box 53 


Homer City 


15748 


33 


Hopwood Construction Co.* 


Robt. Frantz 


P. 0. Box 758 


Uniontown 


15401 


39 


Houser, Charles * 


Chas. Houser 


R. D. 3, Box 187 


Indiana 


15701 


35 


Houser, Earl 0. * 


E. 0. Houser 


R. D. 2 


New Bethlehem 


16242 


35 


Houser Coal Co., Walter L.* 


W. L. Houser 


R. D. 1, Box 434 


Kittanning 


16201 


33 


Hughes, Sherwood * 


S. W. Hughes 


1 Main St. 


Dunbar 


15431 


34 


Hustosky, John * 


John Hustosky 


Box 409 


Dunbar 


15431 



324 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Code 


32 


I. S. C, Inc.* 


Richard Brioli 


3755 Library Rd. 


Pittsburgh 


15234 


21 


Island Creek Coal Co. 


Walter Henry 


P. 0. Box 271 


Tire Hill 


15959 


7-13 


J & C Loading Co. 


Chas. F. Speggen 


220 Cumberland A.Masontown 


15461 


22 


J & D Mining, Inc. 


Jos. D. Caola 


311 Allegheny St 


.Bo swell 


15531 


41 


J & P Mining Co., Inc.* 


Joe Plavi 


110 S. 13th St. 


Indiana 


15701 


41 


J & R Coal Co. (? 


Wm. Stefan 




Boswell 


15531 


22 


J R Sales, Inc. 


Lloyd Mances 




Jerome 


15937 


22 


J. T. Coal Co. 


John Toth 


R. D. 1 


Hooversville 


15936 


36,37 


Jack Bros. Construction Co.* 


A. L. Jack 


Rt. 1 


Emlenton 


16373 


34,35 


Jacobs Contracting Corp.* 


D. M. Jacobs 


Rt. 22 


Delmont 


15626 


46 


Jacox, Reed A.* 


R. A. Jacox 


807 Dorey St. 


Clearfield 


16830 


15 


James Coal Mining Co. 


W. D. Davis 


Box 134 


Starford 


15777 


21 


Jandy Coal Co., Inc. 


John A. Swick 


P. 0. Box 207 


Windber 


15963 


33 


Jebco Coal Co., Inc.* 


W. J. Cornell 


P. 0. Box 968 


Uniontown 


15401 


38 


Jefferson Energy, Inc.* 


P. C. Bender 


55 Main St. 


Falls Creek 


15840 


4 


Johnson Co. , R. G. 


F. R. Shriver 


25 S. College St 


.Washington 


15301 


17-47 


Johnson & Morgan * 


Don R. Johnson 




Snow Shoe 


16874 


14 


Johnstown Coal & Coke Co. 


0. L. Hawkins 


244 Walnut St. 


Johnstown 


15901 


17,47 


Jones & Br ague Mining Co.* 


R. F. Br ague 


106 Carpenter St 


.Blossburg 


16912 


8,13 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


P. A. Ferguson 


3 Gateway Center 


Pittsburgh 


15230 


32 


Jordan, Benjamin F. * 


Jas. L. Herron 


Route 1 


Dilliner 


15327 


32 


RES Enterprises, Inc.* 


K. E. Smith 


721 Main St. 


Bentleyville 


15314 


41 


K & G Coal Co.* 


Dean Krise 


Box 201 


Cairnbrook 


15924 


38 


K.I.T. Industries * 


L . J . Schmader 


Box 69A 


Lucinda 


16235 


33 


Kaiser Refractories * 


J. W. Pleacher 




Ohiopyle 


15470 


38,43 


Kann, John * 


Harold Swartz 


R. D. 2, Box 206 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


11 


Kaskan Coal Co. 


Geo. Kaskan 


R. D. 2 


Vandergrift 


15690 


43,44 


Kasubick Bros. Coal Co.* 


Ray Kasubick 


Charles St. 


Houtzdale 


16651 


32 


Kelley Enterprises, Inc.* 


Geo. W. Kelley 


P. 0. Box 455 


Fairchance 


15436 


31 


Kelly Mining Co.* 


Richard Gorr 


2600 Buena Vista Elizabeth 


15037 


34 


Kendi & Sons , Inc . , Paul * 


Paul Kendi, Jr. 


R. D. 3 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


14 


Kennedy Coal Co. 


Abraham Kennedy 


R. D. 5, Box 35 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


1,30,31 


Kerry Coal Co.*# 


Vernon Kerry 


R. D. 2, Box 19 


Portersville 


16051 


32 


King Knob Coal Co., Inc.* 


G. B. Stuart, Jr. 




Taylortown 


15328 


43 


Kitko, Francis B. * 


F. B. Kitko 


Box 166 


Madera 


16661 


2 


Kitt Coal Co. , Inc. 


H. Lee Buell 


R. D. 1 


Adrian 


16210 


14 


Kniseley Coal Co. 


F.M.Caltagarone 


P. 0. Box 158 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


13 


Kovach Coal Co. 


Alex Kovach 


10 Maple St. 


Masontown 


15461 


35 


Kravetsky, Charles * 


Chas. Kravetsky 


Box 194 


Avonmore 


15618 


14 


Kraynak Coal Co. 


Thos. Kraynak 


R. D. 


Glen Campbell 


15742 


42 


Krieger, James * 


Jas. Krieger 


R. D. 


Saxton 


16678 


17,42,43,44, 










45,47 


Kristianson & Johnson Coal Co.*D. H. Johnson 




Lanse 


16849 


33 


Krulock, Steve * 


Steve Krulock 


R. D. 6, Box 422 Uniontown 


15401 


32 


Kukar, Mike * 


Mike Kukar 


Box 73 


Bentleyville 


15314 


33,34 


Kutsenkow, George * 


Geo. Kutsenkow 


P. 0. Box 69 


Clarion 


15025 


18 


L & A Coal Co. 


Marlin Laney 


R. D. 2, Box 57 


Barnesboro 


15714 


42 


L & B Coal Co.* 


Raleigh Barnett 




Waterfall 


16689 


35 


L & E Const. & Equip. Co., Inc 


*L. L. Echnoz 


R. D. 7 


Kit tanning 


16201 


9 


Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. 


Norman Weitzel 


P. 0. Box 130 


Philipsburg 


16866 


34,35 


Lakeside Coal Co., Inc.* 


A. E. Shawley 


P. 0. Box 266 


Apollo 


15613 


1 


Lakeview Processing Corp. 


P. P. Deliere 


Box 283 


Hilliards 


16040 


39 


Lamkie Coal Co., Inc.* 


Wm. J. Lamkie 




Glen Campbell 


15742 


44 


Lansberry Coal & Excavating * Jas. M. Stott 




Woodland 


16881 


41 


Lasky Construction Co., Inc.* Stanley Lasky 


R. D. 1 


Holsopple 


15935 


34 


Latimer Brothers * 


Dale Latimer 


P. 0. Box 292 


New Alexandria 


15670 


34 


Latrobe Construction Co.* 


Paul Haas 


P. 0. Box 150 


Latrobe 


15650 


13,33 


Laurita, Jerry * 


Jerry Laurita 


R. D. 1, Box 137 


Point Marion 


15474 


32 


Lawrence Coal Co.* 


J. V. Filiaggi 


R. D. 6, Box 632 


Uniontown 


15401 


36 


Leadbetter Coal Co.* 


Allen Leadbetter 


R. D. 1 


Strattanville 


16258 


39 


Leasure Coal Co.* 


R. L. Leasure 


R. D. 2 


Homer City 


15748 


39 


Leasure Coal Co., Robt. L.* 


R. L. Leasure 


R. D. 2 


Homer City 


15748 


42 


Lechene Coal Co., Inc.* 


Leo L. Lechene 


R.D.I, Box 364A 


Patton 


16668 


11 


Leechburg Mining Co. 


H. F. Dunmire 


320 Canal St. 


Leechburg 


15656 


32 


Lenev Enterprises, Inc.* 




P. 0. Box 213 


Charleroi 


15022 


30 


Lineal Industries, Inc., 












Energy Division * 


J. D. Morgan 


P. 0. Box 4459 


Pittsburgh 


15205 


44 


Long Coal Co., A. W. * 


Wm. A. Long 


1203 Presqueisle 


Philipsburg 


16866 


21 


Longwall Mining, Inc. 


Geo. Ledney 


900 Mine 42 


Windber 


15963 


42 


Lovell, Allan E. * 


A. E. Lovell 


Box 73 


Blandburg 


16619 


11 


Loyal Creek Coal Co. 


Robt. Heifer 


Box 200 


Slickville 


15684 


30 


Lucas Coal Co.* 


A. J. Lucas 


400 North St. 


Grove City 


16127 


36 


Lucinda Coal Co.* 


Patrick Carroll 


Box 153 


Lucinda 


16235 


33 


Luzerne Coal Corp.* 


W. D. Wilson 


Box 50 


E. Millsboro 


15433 



325 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
Code 


7 


M B M Coal Co., Inc. 


W. F. McClatchy 


Old Gibson Bldg. 


Bentleyville 


15314 


21,42 


M & K Coal Co.@ 


M. D. Meehan 


P. 0. Box 408 


Davidsville 


15928 


35,39 


M & M Mining, Inc.*# 


Ken. Morchesky 


R. D. 1 


Carrolltown 


15722 


33 


M. P. K. Coal Co.* 


Thos. J. Blako 


Box 708 


Masontown 


15461 


22 


Manion Coal Co. , Inc. 


D. B. Holsopple 


Box 131 


Holsopple 


15935 


35 


Manor Minerals, Inc.* 


Wm. F. Stitt 


265 S. Jefferson 


Kit tanning 


16201 


14 


Manor Mines, Inc. 


Carl A. Utberg 


R. D. 2 


Homer City 


15748 


9 


Manor Mining & Contr. Corp. 


C. E. Morris 




Bigler 


16825 


14,39 


Marion Center Mining Co.*# 


Clair B. Kinter 


R. D. 1 


Marion Center 


15759 


32 


Mark IV Coal Co.* 


Roland Seamon 


1537 Pearl man Av 


. Clarksburg, WVa 


.26301 


14,35,38 


Markle-Bullers Coal Co.* 


Chas. E. Powell 


Keystone Bldg. 


Kit tanning 


16201 


9 


Marlowe Coal Co., Inc., Fred 


Kevin Marlowe 


Redwood Ave. 


Weedville 


15868 


46 


Marlowe Mining Co.*# 


Kevin Marlowe 


Redwood Ave. 


Weedville 


15868 


33 


Marsolino Coal & Coke, Inc.* 


Robt. Smouse 


P. 0. Drawer X 


Uniontown 


15401 


35,36 


Martin Coal Co., James E.*# 


J. E. Martin 


R. D. 1 


Templeton 


16259 


33 


Martucci & Tueche * 


Larry L. Graves 


518 McKean Ave. 


Charleroi 


15022 


6 


Mathies Coal Co. 


Mike Rocco 


Box 104 


Finleyville 


15332 


9,35,36,38 Mauersberg Coal Co.* 


R. J. Mauersberg 




Sigel 


15860 


36 


Mays Coal Co. * 


Jas. A. Mays, Jr. 


Box 447 


Clarion 


16214 


34 


Mazzaro Coal Co.* 


C. M. Captline 


Box M 


Clinton 


15026 


40 


McClintock, J. Lloyd * 


J. L. McClintock 


R. D. 1 


Rockwood 


15557 


25 


McCracken Coal 


Daniel McCracken 




W. Lebanon 


15783 


38,45 


McDonald Land & Mng. Co . , Inc . *Homer Price 


Box 104 


Grampian 


16838 


44 


McGovern Coal Co., Clair C* 


C. C. McGovern 




Karthaus 


16845 


9,35 


Mclntire Coal Co., Inc.Wm.J 


*Ronald Mclntire 


P. 0. Box 171 


Shelocta 


15774 


15,39,43 


Mears Coal Co.*# 


Paul Brocious 


Box 188 


Dixonville 


15734 


31 


Medure, Angelo * 


Lynn Chapman 


R. D. 4, Box 192 New Castle 


16102 


31 


Medusa Cement Co.* 


Walter Kirkwood 


Box 37 


Wampum 


16157 


34 


Mehrer, Emil W. * 


E. W. Mehrer 


439 Sunset Dr. 


Greensburg 


15601 


33 


Menallen Coke Co.* 


M. Nobel 


Box 458 


New Salem 


15468 


40 


Metco Mng. & Minerals, Inc.* 


D. R. Martin 


531 N. Center kx 


. Somerset 


15501 


5 


Micale Farm Supply 


Jos. A Micale, Jr. 


Box 7 


Rural Ridge 


15075 


32 


Midway Coal Co.* 


F. W. Dramer 


Box 241 


McDonald 


15057 


34 


Mikel, Edward * 


Edward Mikel 


R. D. 1 


W. Newton 


15089 


36 


Miles Coal Co., Clyde * 


Clyde Miles 


R. D. 2 


Summerville 


15864 


36 


Miles Coal Co., Steven C* 


S. C. Miles 


R. D. 1 


Fairmount City 


16224 


34 


Miller, Jr., Nelson L.* 


N. L. Miller, Jr. 


4th St. Exit 


Sutersville 


15083 


1,30 


Miller & McKnight Coal 












Co., Inc.* 


Gary McKnight 


R. D. 2 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


37 


Mineral Hill Corp.* 


Emil Lucas 


558 Beatty St. 


Grove City 


16127 


36 


Minich Coal Co.* 


Darl Minich 


R. D. 2, Box 88 


Mayport 


16240 


44 


Monarf, Inc.* 


Andy Chabala 


R.D.3 Penn Farms 


Duncan sville 


16635 


35 


Monroe Contract Corp.*# 


Leo Indyk 


2432 Lincoln Way McKeesport 


15131 


38 


Moore Coal Co. , Everett * 


Glenn Moore 


304 Indiana St. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


47 


Moore & Son, Inc., W. G.* 


W. A. Johnson 


314 N. 4th St. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


34 


Morcoal Co . , Inc . * 


Robt. M. Stefann 


100 W. Otterman 


Greensburg 


15601 


12 


Moremet Coal Co., Inc. 


Henry Davis 


116 N. Main St. 


Greensburg 


15601 


9,45 


Moshannon Falls Mng. Co., Inc 


*A. E. Woolridge 


11 N. 2nd St. 


Clearfield 


16830 


32 


Nardei Contracting Co., Inc.* John P. Nardei 


P. 0. Box 7 


Mather 


15346 


30 


Nastasi Coal Co.* 


James Nastasi 


R. D. 1 


Hilliards 


16040 


32 


Nat Industries, Inc.* 


M. Natali 


R. D. 1, Box 17: 


Bentleyville 


15314 


13 


National Mines Corp. 


Regis E. Rusnock 




Isabella 


15447 


42 


New Enterprise Stone & Lime 












Co., Inc.* 


Dale W. Detwiler 




New Enterprise 


16664 


46 


New Shawmut Mining Co.* 


A. J. Palumbo 




St. Marys 


15857 


35 


Nicholson Run Coal Co.*# 


Richard Good 


P. 0. Box 518 


Johnstown 


15907 


16,25 


North American Coal Corp., The G. A. Marshall 




Seward 


15954 


1 


North Butler Coal Co. 


David Conterno 


135 Oneida Val.Rd.I 


16001 


17,34,39, 












42 


North Cambria Fuel Co.* 


J. F. Weakland 


1st Nat'l Bk.Bl 


Spangler 


15775 


33 


Oak Run Coal, Inc.* 


Frank Sabatine 


P. 0. Box 576 


Uniontown 


15401 


33 


Oberlechner, Steve * 


S. Oberlechner 


R. D. 1, Box 440 McClellandtown 15458 


44 


Ogden Co., C. A.* 


Rhue Ogden 


P. 0. Box 661 


Clearf ie Id 


16830 


32 


Ohio Coal & Construction Co. 


* Lanny E. Ross 


R. D. 1 


Daisy town 


15427 


34,38,39 


Old Home Manor, Inc.* 


R. L. Leasure 


R. D. 2 


Homer City 


15748 


15» 


Oneida Mining Co. , The 


Ivan Moreton 




Seward 


15954 


45 


Orlando, Dominic * 


Geo. Shimchock 




Curwen sville 


16833 


34 


Overly, L. W. * 


L. W. Overly 


R. D. 1 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


9,45,46 


Owens Coal Mining Co.* 


Jos. A. Owens 


R. D. 1 


Penfield 


15849 


22,23,40, 












41 


PBS Coals, Inc.*# 


Clark Heist 


P. 0. Box 210 


Mercer sburg 


17236 


34 


P. G. Coal Co., Inc.* 


F. A. Stoughton 


Box 124 


Wildwood 


15091 


35 


P & L Coal Co.* 


P. Farester, Sr. 


R. D.3,Box 316A 


Ford City 


16226 


47 


P & M Coal Co.* 


Max Kimble 


248 Main St. 


Blossburg 


16912 



326 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
Code 


9,14,35,38, 










43,46 


P & N Coal Co., Inc.*# 


D. J. White 


242 W. Mahoning 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


32 


Pangersis Coal Co.* 


Ed. Pangersis 


R. D. 2 


Oakdale 


15071 


11 


Partner Coal Co. 


Adam Greece 


R. D. 4, Box 245 


Apollo 


15613 


26 


Peggs Run Coal Co., Inc. 


J. S. Courtney 


P. 0. Box 184 


Shippingport 


15077 


39 


Peles Coal Co., Inc.* 


Jos. Peles 


R. D. 1 


Glen Campbell 


15742 


37 


Pengrove Coal Co.* 


Len Chutz 


R.D.3, Box 3629 


Grove City 


16127 


34 


Penn Aggregates * 


Jas. Laspina 


R. D. 2 


Irwin 


15642 


11 


Peon Allegh Coal Co., Inc. 


John Sulka 


R.D.2, Box 238A 


Tar en turn 


15084 


17,44 


Penn Coal Co.* 


Leroy Thompson 


P.O. Box 626 


Philipsburg 


16866 


15 


Penn Hill Coal Corp. 


Kerry Mears 


Box 188 


Dixonville 


15734 


23,40 


Penn Pocahontas Coal Co.* 


T. E. Light 


P. 0. Box 248 


Garrett 


15542 


32,33 


Penn Sherman Corp.* 


Chas. Metz 


R. D. 1, Box 91 


Bentleyville 


15314 


40,41 


Penn Somerset Corp.* 


John Gould 


Box 150 


Latrobe 


15650 


35 


Penn Terra, Ltd.* 


Sam Laspina 


500 Brown Ave. 


Turtle Creek 


15145 


42 


Pennsylvania Energy Corp.* 


Herbert Eppley 


P. 0. Box 518 


Johnstown 


15907 


33,39 


Pennsylvania Mineral Co.* 


J. R. Slate, Jr. 


500 Lloyd Ave. 


Latrobe 


15650 


32 


Pennweir Construction Co.* 


Pat Arena 


401 Penn Ave. 


Weir ton, WVa. 


26062 


47 


Percival, John * 


Robt. W. May 


R. D. 1 


Canton 


17724 


47 


Percival, Paul * 


Wm. Martz 


R. D. 1 


Canton 


17724 


1,30,31 


Perry Bros. Coal Co.* 


R. Snyder 


Box 1163 


Sharon 


16146 


4 


Petitte Bros. Coal Co., Inc. 


James Barill 


Route 1 


Dilliner 


15327 


32 


Petricca Coal Co.* 


James Petricca 


R. D. 2 


Burgettstown 


15021 


23 


Petrosky, Victor 


Victor Petrosky 


R. D. 4, Box 38 


Latrobe 


15650 


36 


Phillips, Merle H. * 


M. H. Phillips 


R. D. 2, Box 50 


Sligo 


16255 


34 


Piccolomini, William * 


Wm. Piccolomini 


213 W. Wash. Ave.Connellsville 


15425 


44,45 


Pike Coal Co.* 


R. H. Thompson 


P. 0. Box 407 


Philipsburg 


16866 


31 


Pittsburgh Refractories, Inc. 


*Robt. Holzer 


Benedum Trees Bl 


.Pittsburgh 


15222 


34 


Polar Coal Co.* 


J. J. Jolly 


200 Willow 












Crossing Rd. 


Greensburg 


15602 


32,33 


Pontorero & Sons Coal Co.,Inc 


:.*Paul Pontorero 


231 S. Water St. 


Masontown 


15461 


42 


Powell Coal Co., C. E. * 


Wm. Staggs 




Blandburg 


16619 


44 


Power Contracting Co., Inc.* 


James Cowfer 


P. 0. Box 543 


Philipsburg 


16866 


38 


Preston, Oman * 


D. 0. Preston 


P. 0. Box 61 


Brookville 


15825 


32 


Protz Bros. Coal Co.* 


Mike Protz 


R.D.2, Box 143A 


W. Newton 


15089 


33,34 


Purco Coal, Inc.* 


A. J. Ripepi 


R. D. 2, Box 384 Monongahela 


15063 


33 


Puskar, John J. * 


Jos. Puskar 


R. D. 1 


Dawson 


15428 


46 


Quinn Coal & Clay Mines* 


T. W. Quinn 


P. 0. Box 347 


Einp orium 


15834 


9,36 


R.E.M. Coal Co., Inc.* 


A. D. Bullers 


271 Main St. 


Brookville 


15825 


39 


R & L Development Co.* 


Dale Latimer 


Box 292 


New Alexandria 


1567® 


33 


R. M. & L. Co.* 


Gerald Jarrett 


P. 0. Box 552 


Masontown 


15461 


35 


R & R Coal Co.* 


E. B. Armitage 


R. D. 2 


Vandergrift 


15690 


32 


R & S Enterprise * 


Lanny E. Ross 


Box 567 


Ellsworth 


15331 


40 


Ram Construction Co.* 


Irvin E. Lohr 


R. D. 2, Box 1C 


Canonsburg 


15317 


38,39 


Red Gap Coal Co.* 


W. D. Gardner 


P. 0. Box 179 


Glen Campbell 


15742 


35,36 


Reddinger, Terry * 


Dennis Reddinger 


Box 58 


Distant 


16223 


45 


Reese, Philip * 


Philip Reese 




Karthaus 


16845 


44 


Reese Brothers * 


Jas. B. Reese 


709 McAteer St. 


Houtzdale 


16651 


36 


Reichard Paving & Excavating 












Co., Gene * 


Gene Reichard 


R. D. 3 


New Bethlehem 


16242 


38 


Reiner, Melvin * 


Melvin Reiner 


R. D. 2 


Mayport 


16240 


22 


Reitz Coal Co. 


Frank Sesack 


509 15th St. 


Windber 


15963 


1,5,8,12 


Republic Steel Corp. 


J. R. Eaton 


616 Fayette Nat 1 


1 










Bk. Bldg. 


Uniontown 


15401 


42 


Resource Land Corp.* 


Jos. Herzog 


Horsham Rd. & 












Walnut Ave. 


Horsham 


19044 


38 


Rice Coal Co.* 


Max Rice 


711 Edward St. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


42 


Richards, Kenneth G.* 


G. R. Mellott 


810 LincolnWay E 


. McConne 1 1 sbur g 


17233 


22 


Richland Coal Corp. 


E. Martinage 


R. D. 1, Box 434 


South Fork 


15956 


42 


Ridge Mining Co.* 


Theodore Seskey 


R. D. 


Ashville 


16635 


9,44,45,4> 


r River Hill Coal Co., Inc.* 


Raymond Larson 




Kylertown 


16847 


35 


Riverera Land Co.* 


Gary Doverspike 


5 Shady Lane 


Pittsburgh 


15235 


10,34,35 


Rob Coal Co.* 


C. 0. Creel 


P. 0. Box 188 


Apollo 


15613 


35 


Robin Coal Co.* 


Fred B. Hawk 


R. D. l,Box 366A Kittanning 


16201 


34 


Robinson, Alice K. * 


L. Robinson, Jr. 


107 Mt. Blaine Dr.McMurray 


15317 


10,35 


Rochester & Pittsburgh 












Coal Co.* 


Robt. I. Billing£ 


i 655 Church St. 


Indiana 


15701 


37 


Rockland Mining Co.* 


J. P. Siegel 


320 Liberty St. 


Clarion 


16214 


39 


Ron- Lee Coal Co.* 


Elwood Swank 


Box 336C 


Paximos 


17860 


33 


Rondell Co., The * 


Wendell Charles 


R. D. 3, Box 536 


Monongahela 


15063 


33 


Rose, John C* 


J. C. Rose 


Pechin Road 


Dunbar 


15431 


39 


Rosensteel, C. L. * 


C. L. Rosensteel 


R. D. 1 


S alt sbur g 


15681 


34 


Rosini's, Inc.* 


Ed. Pangersis 


R. D. 2 


Oakdale 


15071 


32 


Rostosky Coal Co., Joseph * 


Jos. Rostosky 


Box 112 


Monongahela 


15063 



327 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


33 


Ruane Arnold Coal Co.* 


M. J. Ruane 


Box 278 


Hopwood 


15445 


13,33 


Ruane Coal & Coke Co.* 


James Ruane 


Box 485 


Fairchance 


15436 


32 


Rumble, Jim * 


Jim Rumble 


R. D. 1, Box 42 


Greensboro 


15338 


32 


Rupani, Charles * 


Charles Rupani 


R. D. 1, Box 49 


Bulger 


15019 


17 


Rushton Mining Co. 


Blair Rickard 


P. 0. Box 589 


Philipsburg 


16866 


34 


Russo, Joseph S. * 


J. S. Russo 


544 Center New 












Texas Road 


Pittsburgh 


15239 


44 


Ryan Bros. Coal Co.* 


Robt. Ryan 


P. 0. Box 177 


Hyde 


16843 


30 


S. B. P. Coal Co.* 


D. J. Keihl 


131 N. McKean St 


.Kittanning 


16201 


30 


S & C Pipeline Co.* 


Jos. Smeltzer 


200 Willow 












Crossing Road 


Greensburg 


15606 


17,47 


S & D Trucking Co.* 


Edward B. Hall 


P. 0. Box 178 


Snow Shoe 


16874 


38 


S & M Coal Co.* 


Raymond Schall 


R. D. 6 


Kittanning 


16201 


45 


S R P Coal Co., Inc.* 


Robt. C. Penoyer 


P. 0. Box 433 


Clearfield 


16830 


40 


S & S Coal Co.* 


Donald Soberdash 


R.D.I, Box 426A 


Dunbar 


15431 


35,39 


S & S Coal Co., Inc.* 


J. Merle Smith 


R. D. 1 


Avonmore 


15618 


33 


Sager Coal Co.* 


J. R. Slate, Jr. 


R. D. 1 


Belle Vernon 


15012 


32,33 


Sang Coal Co.* 


J. V. Filiaggi 


R. D. 6, Box 632 Uniontown 


15401 


23,40 


Saimer Bros. Coal Co.* 


Robt. Sanner 


R. D. 1 


Rockwood 


15557 


32 


Sasso, Leonard P. * 


Richard Panizza 


R.R.3, Box 79 


Burgettstown 


15021 


31 


Schepp Coal Co., Inc.* 


C. E. Schepp 


R. D. 2, Box 64 


Volant 


16156 


23,40,41 


Scurf ield Coal, Inc.* 


Wm. E. Scurf ield 


226 Main St. 


Berlin 


15530 


30 


Sechan Limestone Ind., Inc.* 


R. J. Sechan, Jr 


R. D. 1 


Portersville 


16051 


41 


Shade Mining Co.* 


D. R. Hoffman 


Box 121 


Friedens 


15541 


40 


Shafer, Walter F.* 


W. F. Shafer 




Listonburg 


15457 


36,38,39 


Shaffer, Cecil J. * 


C. J. Shaffer 


R. D. 1 


Apollo 


15613 


41 


Shaffer, Myron * 


Myron Shaffer 


801 Shady Lane 


Windber 


15963 


43,45 


Shale Hill Coal Co.* 


Edward Spencer 




Grampian 


16838 


9,36 


Shannon Coal Co.* 


C. Hillman 


Box 69 


Clarion 


16214 


39 


Shaw Coal Co.*@ 


R. D. Shaw, Jr. 


R. D. 2, Box 255 


Homer City 


15748 


9,45 


Shawville Coal Co.* 


B. H. Lingle 


P. 0. Box 34 


Shawville 


16873 


42 


Sheehan Coal Co.* 


C. E. Novak 


Box 94 


Cresson 


16630 


36,37 


Siegel, Thomas E.* 


T. E. Siegel 


R.D.2, Box 618A 


Shippenville 


16254 


9,37 


Siegel Coal Co., Harold A.* 


H. A. Siegel 


320 Liberty St. 


Clarion 


16214 


43,44 


Simca Mining, Inc.* 


Geo. Shimchock 


405 James St. 


Curwensville 


16833 


39 


Siverd Bros. Coal Co.* 


Budd E. Siverd 


R. D. 1, Box 19S 


Clymer 


15758 


40 


Slifco Bros. Coal * 


John Slifco 


R. D. 3 


Berlin 


15530 


40 


Smith, John J. * 


J. J. Smith 


Rt. 1, Box 74 


Mt. Savage, Md. 


21545 


34 


Smith Coal Co., Victor P.* 


R. T. Smith 


200 2nd St. 


Derry 


15627 


46 


Smith & Rogos Coal Co.*# 


R. T. Rogos 


P. 0. Box 214 


Brockway 


15824 


2,35 


Snyder Co., C. H. * 


Tom Snyder 


P. 0. Box 10 


Kittanning 


16201 


38 


Snyder Co., Marlin L. * 


M. L. Snyder 


Box 109 


Timblin 


15778 


33,40 


Soberdash Coal & Coke Co.* 


Donald Soberdash 


R.D.I, Box 426A 


Dunbar 


15431 


22,40,41 


Solar Fuel Co.* 


Kenneth Ross 


P. 0. Box 488 


Somerset 


15501 


33 


Solomon & Teslovich* 


David Baker 


Box 768 


Masontown 


15461 


40 


Southampton Coal Co., Inc., The* G. W. Danner 


36 Howard St. 


Cumber land, Md 


21502 


23 


Spewock, Theodore 


Theodore Spewock 


R. D. 5, Box 25D Latrobe 


15650 


9,36,38 


Stahlman Coal Co. ,Inc. ,W.P.* 


Edward Best 


Box 69 


Clarion 


16214 


38 


Stanford, Richard * 


Richard Stanford 


R. D. 5, Box 37C 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


32 


Stankola, Ronald J. * 


R. J. Stankola 


R. D. 1, Box 44 


Dilliner 


15327 


40 


Star Coal Co.* 


A. Kukenberger 


P. 0. Box 408 


Davidsville 


15928 


40 


Star Minerals Co.* 


LeRoy Miller 


P. 0. Box 408 


Davidsville 


15928 


42 


Starford Coal Corp.* 


Wilson Spicher 


205 Masonic Bldg.Ebensburg 


15931 


38 


Starr Coal Co.* 


Ivan Starr, Jr. 




Brockport 


15823 


35 


State Industries, Inc.* 


Tom Snyder 


P. 0. Box 10 


Kittanning 


16201 


32 


Stefkovich Brothers, Inc.* 


A. P. Stefkovich 


Short St. 


Avella 


15312 


24 


Stella Maris Coal Co. 


T. G. Johnston 




Dysart 


16636 


17,44,47 


Stott Coal Co., Inc., Jas.M.* 


Jas. M. Stott 


233 N. Front St. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


38,45 


Stri shock Coal Co.* 


S. A. Strishock 


Box 258 


Brockway 


15824 


38 


Sugar Hill Limestone Co.* 


R. A. Smith 


P. 0. Box 69 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


40 


Sun Coal Co.* 


Homer C. Bowers 




Salisbury 


15558 


1,30 


Sunbeam Coal Corp.* 


W. L. Harger 


Box 5 


Boyers 


16020 


40 


Svonavec, Inc.* 


S. A. Svonavec 


R. D. 1 


Friedens 


15541 


33 


Swenglish Coal Co.* 


L. Swenglish 


R. D. 4, Box 614 Uniontown 


15401 


44,45 


Swistock & George * 


P. Swistock, Jr. 


Box 275 


Houtzdale 


16651 


46 


Tamburlin Bros. Coal Co., Inc 


.* Geo. Tamburlin 


R. D. 1 


Brockport 


15823 


35 


Taylor, Robert F. * 


Robt. F. Taylor 


MR 10 


Kittanning 


16201 


33 


TeDesco Coal Co.* 


Wm. K. TeDesco 


Box 143 


Wyano 


15695 


32 


Teer Co., Nello L. *# 


F. Dennis Bard 


P. 0. Box 11 


Eighty Four 


15330 


9,45 


Teeter Coal Co., John * 


John Teeter, Jr. 


P. 0. Box 72 


Philipsburg 


16866 


14 


Terry Coal Sales, Inc. 


Dennis Reddinger 


Box 58 


Distant 


16223 


2 


Tesone Coal Co. 


Otis Sherry 


Box 105 


Petrolia 


16050 


9,45 


Thomas Bros. Coal Co., Inc.* 


Richard Peterman 




Grampian 


16838 






328 



District Operator 



General Supt. 



Address 



Zip 
Code 



31 

40,41 

30 

35 

8,32 

22 

4 

23 

11 

32 

32 

45 

38 

3,7,13 

34 

42 

32 

13 

22 

15,35 

36 

34 

1,31 

14,35,38 

20 

46 

35 

36 

34 

41 

45 

42 

34 

37 

9,37 

39 

25 

34 

34 

42 

1,30,35 

32,33 

30 

4,10,15 

1,30 

36 

41 

37 

44 

17 

30 

36 

36 

42 

42 

9,36,37 

34 

32 

4 

41 



Thompson Bros. Coal Co., Inc.* Leonard Thompson 
Thompson Coal Co., Inc., 

John A.* Jas. G. Hudson 

Thompson Mining Co.* Duane Burt 

Three S Coal Co.* Millard R. Swank 

Tiche Limestone & Const. Co.* Zetta Tiche 

Toy, Estate of Edwin W. * A. T. Sigworth 

Tremont Mining Co.* Edward Baker 

Trent Coal, Inc. Bruce W. Trent 

Triangle Enterprises H. Gugliotta, Jr. 

Tri-C Coal Co., Inc. Dwaine R. Martin 

Tunnelton Mining Co. Wm. D. Weimer 
Twilight Industries, Div. of 

U.S. Natural Resources, Inc. *H. J. Detwiler 

Tyhonas Coal Co. , LeRoy * LeRoy Tyhonas 

Union Clay Co., Inc.* R. A. Danvir 

United Industries, Inc.* Chas. E. Powell 

United States Steel Corp. E. L. Baker 
U. S. Utilities Services Corp.* James Peretto 

Universal Minerals, Inc.@ Tony Joseph 

Utilco, Inc.* John P. Nardei 
Utilities Fuel Co. 

Valent Coal Co. L. R. Huston 

Valley Coal Co., Inc.* Henry Vehovic 

Vantage Coal Corp.* J. M. Hillman 

Vargo Coal Co., Inc.* John A. Vargo 

Veon, Inc., Ralph A.* R. A. Veon 

Vetica Construction Co.* Walter Stelter 

Vinton Coal Co. Steve Lonesky 

Vollmer, L. B. * Lawrence Vollmer 

W I Co. * F. Pulford III 

W & M Coal Co.* Ronald Weaver 

W & R Coal Co.* Wendell Charles 

W W Coal Co.* W. C. Will 

Waroquier Coal Co.* J. L. Waroquier 

Weakland Brothers * Paul J. Breth 

Weaver, Joseph * Jos. Weaver 

Weaver Contracting, Inc.* Wm. R. Weaver 

Weaver & Sons, A. P.* R. A. Weaver 

Weimer, John * Floyd Cass 

Weimer Coal Co. Jas. A. Weimer, Jr 

Weinman, Homer * Homer Weinman 

Weiss Bros. Leasing, Inc.* Alan M. Weiss 

Wesott, Inc.* F. B. Westrick 

West Freedom Mining Co.*# R. W. Haller 

West Penn Coal & Const. Co.* Jefferson Rhodes 
Western Hickory Coal Co. ,Inc.*Harry W. List 

Williamson Shaft Contr. Co. Vere E. Pifer 

Willowbrook Mining Co.* James Sartori 

Wilson, John N. * J. N. Wilson 
Windber High Standard Coal Co.* F. Krlse 

Winger Coal Co., Inc.* Clair E. Winger 

Winters Construction, Melvin* Melvin Winters 



Wlttig, Arthur 
Wright, Inc., Grant R. * 
Wyant Coal Co., R. E.* 
Yates Bros. Coal Co.* 
Yellow Run Coal Co.* 
Yellow Run Energy Co.* 
Zacherl Coal Co., Inc.* 
Zappone Construction Co.* 

Zarek, Inc.* 

Zeni-McKinney- Williams Corp. 

Zubek & Yantus * 



Arthur Wittig 
G. R. Wright 
R. E. Wyant 
Larry T. Yates 
T. R. Davis 
Bob Roxby 
Ray Zacherl 
M. J. Zappone 

Frank Erjavek 
G. A. Kelly 
Steve Yantus 



P. 0. Box 626 Philipsburg 

Box 967 Clearfield 
R. D. 1 New Spring- 
field, Ohio 

S toys town 
R. D. 1 Boyers 
R. D. 3 Kittanning 
188 Arlington Av.Charleroi 
R. D. 1 Friedens 

Dilliner 
531 N. Center Av. Somerset 
R. D. 1, Box 695 Saltsburg 

527 Broad Ave. Belle Vernon 
R. D. 1 Coal Center 
Box 188 Grampian 
Keystone Bldg. Kittanning 
600 Grant St.PIRRi Pittsburgh 
470 Mall Circle Monroeville 
Box 408 Davidsville 
437 Railroad St. Bridgeville 

Point Marion 
R. D. 1 Central City 
P. 0. Box 86 Alverda 
Box 69 Clarion 
24 Ruth Place Belle Vernon 
Box 326 Darlington 
509 Morningstar Ellwood City 
Box 441 Vintondale 
Rosely Road St. Marys 
R. D. 2 Dayton 
R. D. 3 New Bethlehem 
R. D. 3, Box 536 Monongahela 
R. D. 1 Central City 
133 W. 5th Ave. Clearfield 
R. D. 1 Barnesboro 
P. 0. Box 219 Greensburg 
R. D. 1, Box 175 Conneaut Lake 

Fryburg 
R. D. Apollo 

,R. D. 2, Box 222A Homer City 
R. D. 4, Box 57 Mt. Pleasant 
Demmler Rd. McKee sport 
Cameron St. Carrolltown 
Box 169 Kittanning 

Rices Landing 
R. D. 1 Boyers 
207 Fairmont Ave. Fairmont, WVa. 
1005 W. Ketler Grove City 

Shippenville 
Windber 
Mercer 

Osceola Mills 
Monroeton 
Fombell 
Box 125 New Bethlehem 
Rimer sburg 
Orbisonia 
312 Masonic Bldg.Ebensburg 

Lucinda 
R.D. 3, 104 

Oakview Drive Ligonier 
Box 288 Greensboro 
R. D. 3, Box 184 Waynesburg 

Central City 



1203 Graham Ave. 

R. D. 6 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 1 

Box 380 

R. D. 2, 

Box 70 

Box 317 



16830 

44443 
15563 
16020 
16201 
15022 
15541 
15327 
15501 
15681 

15102 
15423 
16838 
16201 
15230 
15146 
15928 
15017 
15474 
15926 
15710 
16214 
15012 
16115 
16117 
15961 
15857 
16222 
16242 
15063 
15926 
16830 
15714 
15601 
16316 
16326 
15613 
15748 
15666 
15132 
15722 
16201 
15357 
16020 
26554 
16127 
16254 
15963 
16137 
16666 
18832 
16123 
16242 
16248 
17243 
15931 
16235 

15658 
15338 
15370 
15926 



329 



330 



DIRECTORY 



331 



332 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



Maurice K. Goddard 
Secretary 

Wesley E. Gilbertson 
Deputy Secretary 
Environmental Protection & 
Regulation 



2nd Floor P. 0. Box 1467 

Evangelical Press Bldg. Harrisburg 



9th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



17120 717-787-2814 
17120 717-787-5027 



OFFICE OF MINES AND LAND PROTECTION 



Walter N. Heine 
Associate Deputy Sec'y 

Jack H. Viets, Chief 
Administrative Services 

Catherine Miles 
Statistical Supervisor 
Administrative Services 



9th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



9th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



8th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



17120 717-787-4686 
17120 717-787-8193 
17120 717-787-4876 



Bureau of Surface Mine Reclamation 



William E. Guckert 
Director 

D. R. Thompson, Chief 
Div. of Mine Drainage Con- 
trol & Reclamation 



7th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



7th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



17120 717-787-5103 
17120 717-783-8845 



Donald Zutlas, Chief 

Div. of Licensing & Bonding 

Robert H. Davis, Chief 
Div. of Explosives 

Geo. R. Sterling, Chief 
Anthracite Surface Mining 
Section 

Edward Lancaster 
Inspector at Large 
(35,36,37,38,43,44,45,46 & 47) 



6th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



8th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



Motor Loan Services Bldg. 

108 S.Claude A Lord Blvd.Pottsville 



Box 225 



Brockway 



17120 717-787-4827 
17120 717-787-2458 



17901 717-622-8181 
Ext. 360 



15824 814-265-2833 



Jacob 


Leigh ty 


R. D. #1 


Derry 


15627 


412-694-5117 


Inspec 


tor at Large 










(30,31 


,32,33,34,39,40,41 & 


42) 








Dis- 
trict 




Open Pit Mine Conservatiot 


Inspectors 
















30 


Merle Urey 


529 N. Center Ave. 


Grove City 


16127 


412-458-8773 


31 


Herbert Strum 


4466 Ellwood Rd. 


New Castle 


16101 


412-758-7061 


32 


William Cherry 


R. D. #3 


McDonald 


15057 


412-745-6626 


32A 
32B 
33 


William Davis 


77 Erie St. 


Washington 


15301 


412-222-3934 


James King 


Box 3 


Ohiopyle 


15470 


412-329-5935 


33A 


Fred Ulishney 


R. D. #3 


Latrobe 


15650 


412-539-1729 


34 


William Sray 


R. D. #2, Box 201 


McDonald 


15057 


412-221-7197 


34A 


John Bates 


P. 0. Box 361 


Ligonier 


15658 


412-238-4356 


35 


Bernard Snyder 


R. D. #2 


Kittanning 


16201 


814-257-8854 


35A 


Henry Foringer 


Box 171 


Boyers 


16020 


412-735-2297 


36 


Charles Speelman 


Box 581 


Clarion 


16214 


814-226-6533 


36 


Andrew Colberg 


258 Poplar Ave. 


Dayton 


16222 


814-257-8448 


37 


Virgil Ordiway 


Crescent Ave. 


Clarion 


16214 


814-226-7623 


38 


John Zuchowski 


R. D. #1, Box 77 


Rockton 


15856 


814-583-5470 


38A 


John D. Monks 


R. D. #1 


Corsica 


15829 


814-379-3521 


39 


Terrence Smith, Actg 


. Box 29C,R.D.#2,Rt. 259 


Ligonier 


15658 


412-238-2737 


39A 


Terrence Smith 


" 


" 


" 


" 



Open Pit Mine Conservation Inspectors (Continued) 



Dis- 
trict 




40 


Paul Serfass 


40A 


- 


41 


John Moore 


42 


James Wise 


43 


Charles Hicks 


44 


Nile Linberg 


45 


Wayne Morrison 


45A 


- 


46 


Gary Tamburlin 


47 


Bryce Putman 


48 


- 


49 


- 


50 


Harry Poole 


51 


Howard Murphey 


52 


James Gaughan 


53 


William Sanders 


54 


- 


55 


Robert Pizzoli 


56 


George Thomas 


57 


James Leber 


58 


Walter Dieterle 


59 


Joseph Ruane 


60 


Robert Whitmer 


61 


Thomas Roof f 


62 


Edward Wilson 


63 


Spencer Arnold 


64 


L. Paul Louey 


65 


" 


Donald 


Lazarchick 


Director 



426 Center St., Box 67 


Boswell 


15531 


814-629-9580 


P. 0. Box 248 


Windber 


15963 


814-467-5171 


Main Street 


St. Michael 


15951 


814-495-4295 


R. D. 


Grampian 


16838 


814-236-1369 


R. D. #2, Box 78 


Philipsburg 


16866 


814-342-3221 


301 Whitmer St. 


Clearfield 


16830 


814-765-2239 


R. D. #1, Box 146-1 


Kersey 


15846 


814-885-8765 


511 Cricklewood Dr. 


State College 


16801 


814-234-3219 


333 E. Church St. 


Nanticoke 


18634 


717-735-0397 


117 Beverly Dr. 


Clarks Summit 


18411 


717-587-3936 


242 Courtdale Ave. 


Courtdale 


18709 


717-288-4833 


R. D. #2 


Dalton 


18414 


717-563-1945 


313 W. Saylor St. 


Altas 


17851 


717-339-1169 


315 E. De.wart St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


717-648-8454 


986 Groff Ave. 


Elizabethtown 


17022 


717-367-2095 


1132 Laurelee Rd. 


Reading 


19605 


215-929-1640 


928 N. Washington St. 


Shamokin 


17972 


717-648-0262 


1332 W. Fern St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


717-648-8677 


R. D. #1 


Annville 


17003 


717-867-1122 


242 E. Evergreen St. 


West Grove 


19390 


215-869-9480 


32nd & Brisban Sts. 


Harrisburg 


17111 


717-564-5315 


R. D. #1 


Littlestown 


17340 


717-359-4920 


Bureau of Land Protection 






9th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 






Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717-787-9870 



Samuel Cortis, Chief 
Div. of Mine Subsidence 
Regulation 



203 S. Washington Rd. 



McMurray 



15317 412-941-7100 



Eugene Shank, Actg. Chief 
Div. of Mine Subsidence 
Insurance 



8th Floor 
Fulton Nat'l Bk. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Bldg. Harrisburg 



717-787-5565 



Wm. C. Bucciarelli, Chief 
Div. of Solid Waste 
Management 



8th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



17120 717-787-7382 



Bruce E. Ziegler, Chief 
Oil & Gas Division 

Charles H. Updegraff 
Petroleum Engineer 



State Office Bldg. , Rm. 
300 Liberty Ave. 



Port Allegany Road 



1207 
Pittsburgh 



Coudersport 



15222 
16915 



412-565-5075 
814-274-9196 



Oil and Gas Inspectors 



Dis- 
trict 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



Chas. C. Songer 
Howard W. Martin 
John A. Ifft 
Wm. H. Heeter 
Chas. F. Straub 
John H. Gerg 
Leon W. Goble 
Wm. E. Sleeman 
Claude A. Olson 
Wm. J. Burns, Jr. 
Richard Walther 



John W. Knauber 
Director 



Phillip Zullo, Chief 
Industrial Hygiene 



P. 0. Box 98 


Pittsfield 


16340 


814-563-7853 


321 N. Eighth St. 


Indiana 


15701 


412-463-0590 


981 Park Ave. 


Washington 


15301 


412-228-1942 


R. D. #1 


Rimer sburg 


16248 


814-473-3876 


P. 0. Box B 


DuBois 


15801 


814-371-4031 


P. 0. Box 961 


Butler 


16001 


412-287-0980 


P. 0. Box 469 


Grove City 


16127 


412-458-6661 


21 Van-Ettan Ave. 


Sheffield 


16347 


814-968-3753 


7 West St., P.O. Box 326 


Coudersport 


16915 


814-274-9827 


335 N. Barnett St. 


Brookville 


15825 


814-849-2445 


630 Southview Dr. 


Pittsburgh 


15226 


412-563-3656 


Bureau of Occupational 


Health 






6th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 






Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717-787-6525 


6th Floor 


P. 0. Box 2063 






Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 


Harrisburg 


17120 


717-787-9662 



334 



OFFICE OF DEEP MINE SAFETY 



Walter J. Vicinelly 

Commissioner 

Wm. F. Darke s, Special 
Asst. & Chief Admin. Officer 

James J. Shober, Jr. 

Anthr. Regional Mine 

Safety Director 

Dennis J. Keenan 
Bit. Regional Mine 
Safety Director 



6th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 
Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 


17120 


717-787-1376 


6th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 
Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 


17120 


717-787-1376 


Motor Loan Services Bldg. 

108 S.Claude A Lord Blvd.Pottsville 


17901 


717-622-8181 
Ext. 360 


The Prave Bldg. 

122 S. Center St. Ebensburg 


15931 


814-472-7191 



Anthracite Underground Mine Inspectors 



Dis- 
















trict 
















5 


Robert T. Shober 


626 Harvey St. 


W. Hasleton 


18201 


717-454-0205 


6 


Leonard W. Rogers 


837 Spruce St. 


Kulpmont 


17834 


717-373-3942 


7 


C. 


E. 


Kashner 


904 W. Spruce St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


717-648-3792 


8 


C. 


E. 


Kashner, Actg. 


" 


" 


" 


" 


9 


Joseph Halaburda, Actg 


.230 S. Wylam St. 


FrackrLlle 


17931 


717-874-1163 


10 


Joseph Halaburda 


" 


" 


" 


" 


11 


Arthur E. Hand 


317 East Main St. 


Hegins 


17938 


717-682-3284 


12 


Clarence E. Miller 


Wiconisco Ave. 


Muir 


17957 


717-647-9239 








Bituminous Coal Underground Mine Inspectors 






1 


w. 


H. 


Hixon (Office) 


R. D. 1 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


412-458-6447 








(Home) 


R. D. 1 


Carmichaels 


15320 


412-966-2134 


2 


w. 


H. 


Hixon 


" 


" 


" 


" 


3 


P. 


H. 


Hyatt 


245 Bonar Ave. 


Waynesburg 


15370 


412-627-8937 


4 


E. 


C. 


Urbany 


1525 Sixth St. 


Waynesburg 


15370 


412-627-5531 


5 


F. 


J. 


Shoaf, Jr. 


524 Old Waynesburg Rd. 


Carmichaels 


15320 


412-966-7638 


6 


R. 


A. 


Vicinelly, Actg. 


14 Cedar St. 


Masontown 


15461 


412-583-9309 


7 


R. 


J. 


Monaghan, Actg. 


R. D. 3, Box 370-E 


Uniontown 


15401 


412-438-6385 


8 


J. 


M. 


Hovanic 


111 Water St. 


W. Brownsville 


15418 


412-785-7707 


9 


G. 


F. 


Moody 


6 W. Fifth Ave. 


Clearfield 


16830 


814-765-7723 


10 


C. 


F. 


Kelly 


247 Meadow St. 


Ford City 


16226 


412-763-7846 


11 


J. 


C. 


Panchura (Office) 


P. 0. Box 151 


Salina 


15680 


412-697-5221 








(Home) 


405 McGovern Rd. 


Houston 


15342 


412-745-9737 


12 


J. 


J. 


Hunter 


1 Lentz St. , 
















Rolling Hills 


Irwin 


15642 


412-863-0363 


13 


J. 


M. 


Muchnok 


R. D. 1, Box 376 


Hopwood 


15445 


412-438-0368 


14 


J. 


P. 


Boback, Actg. 


R. D. 1, Box 20 


Sidman 


15955 


814-487-5796 


15 


J. 


P. 


Boback, Actg. 


" 


" 


" 


" 


16 


L. 


D. 


Kimmel 


1237 Washington St. 


Indiana 


15701 


412-465-2873 


17 


William Garay 


Box 354 


El mora 


15737 


814-948-6062 


18 


Eno Chellini, Actg. 








_ 








(Office) 


138 Maple St. 


Vintondale 


15961 


814-749-0481 








(Home) 


433 W. Church Ave. 


Masontown 


15461 


412-583-2187 


19 


Lawrence Jones 


614 W. Ogle St. 


Ebensburg 


15931 


814-472-9282 


20 


Eno Chellini (Office) 


138 Maple St. 


Vintondale 


15961 


814-749-0481 








(Home) 


433 W. Church Ave. 


Masontown 


15461 


412-583-2187 


21 


E. 


H. 


Pauley 


1100 Cambria St. 


Portage 


15946 


814-736-4427 


22 


Michael Phillips 


P. 0. Box 334 


Jerome 


15937 


814-479-4345 


23 


W. 


L. 


Reynolds 


Sunny Acres Mobile Park, 
















R. D. 2, Box 20 


Somerset 


15501 


814-445-4320 


24 


A. 


E. 


Valeri 


R. D. 2, Box 87 


Ebensburg 


15931 


814-472-8548 


25 


R. 


E. 


Fulton (Office) 


P. 0. Box 261 


Blairsville 


15717 


412-459-5777 








(Home) 


9 Cedar St. 


Masontown 


15461 


412-583-9266 


26 


A. 


M. 


Pawlosky 


R. D. 1 


Hickory 


15340 


412-745-8177 




J. 


Earl Lament 


426 Myrtle St. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


814-938-6271 








Anthracite Mine Electrical 


. Inspectors 








Michael J. Polinko 


1211 Chestnut St. 


Kulpmont 


17834 


717-373-1149 




William Buggy 


1539 W. Lynn St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


717-648-0356 



335 



Bituminous Mine Electrical Inspectors 



Dis- 

trict 

1,2,5, 

12 

9,10, 

11,14 

6,7,8, 

26 

3,4, 

13,23 

17,18, 

22,24 

15, 16, 

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E. C. Houston 

E. R. Shoemaker 

John E. Pringle 

John F. Funka, Actg. 
19,21, 
Michael A. Anderson 

Frank R. Jurcsak 
Stephen W. Marsinek 
Frank L. Wilhelm 
Jas. P. Andrews, Sr. 
Richard W. Weimer 



340 Washington St. 

217 Marlboro Dr. 

p. 0. Box 55 

R. D. 3 

220 Jefferson Ave. 

558 Waynesburg Rd. 
500 Pittsburgh Rd. 
Box 308 

504 E. George St. 
R. D. 2, Box 84 



Springdale 

New Kensington 

Merrittstown 

McDonald 

Windber 

Carmichaels 
Uniontown 
Chalk Hill 
Carmichaels 
Blairsville 



Anthracite Mine Rescue & First Aid Instructor 
Stephen M. Matsick 617 E. Patterson St. Lansford 

Bituminous Mine Rescue & First Aid Instructors 



Charles F. Erickson 
Thomas McClemens 
Wm. P. Caffrey 
Albert Colantoni 



Clare W. Wittig 
Ed. G. Narcavage 



William Harrison 
I. M. King 



A. J. Paciga 
Andrew Secosky 



Wm. M. Smith 
John Conroy 



1022 Conemaugh Ave. 
R. D. 3 

512 N. Gallatin Ave. 
155 Hickory St. 



Portage 
Stoystown 
Uniontown 
Richeyville 



Anthracite Mine Air Testers 



125 S. White St., 
p. 0. Box 134 
326 W. Fourth St. 



Shenandoah 
Mount Carmel 



Bituminous Mine Air Testers 



Box 283 

44 Brown St, 



Mather 
Uniontown 



Mine Safety Training Instructors 



17 Cedar St. 

r. D. 2, Box 548 



Masontown 
Uniontown 



Underground Mine Inspectors 
Deep Non-Coal Mines 



151 Sunset Ave, 
315 Ridge Ave. 



Pleasant Gap 
Butler 



15144 

15068 

15463 

15057 

15963 

15320 
15401 
15421 
15320 
15717 



412-274-8435 

412-335-0307 

412-246-2022 

412-745-8597 

814-467-7667 

412-966-7661 
412-438-6943 
412-438-3134 
412-966-5467 
412-459-6320 



18232 717-645-4256 



15946 
15563 
15401 
15358 



15346 
15401 



15461 
15401 



16823 
16001 



814-736-8678 
814-893-5423 
412-438-9218 
412-769-5828 



17976 717-462-1627 
17851 717-339-2862 



412-883-3501 
412-438-0323 



412-583-9452 
412-438-3924 



814-359-2002 
412-283-1059 



Uniontown Office 



Wm. M. Wheeler 
Mining Engineer 



Ebensburg 
Uniontown 



66 N. Gallatin Ave. Uniontown 

Mine Rescue Stations 
Wilmore Road 



15401 412-438-2582 



814-472-6632 

412-438-2582 

438-1336 



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8 

64 


5 
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54 


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3 


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405 


404 


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83 


80 


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2 


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8 
7 


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274 
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6 


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181 


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226 
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80 


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71 


4 


214 
35 



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1602 



742 



21 641 



27 



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TABLE #6 

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF OIL & GAS 



ROOM 1205 - KOSSMAN BUILDING 

100 FORBES AVENUE 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 15222 



TELEPHONE: Area Code 



O2-565-5075, 5076 
CHIEF 



BRUCE E. ZIEGLER 

R. D. #L, 

TIDIOUTE, PENNSYLVANIA 16351 



OIL AND GAS INSPECTORS AND DISTRICTS 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



Warren (less Sheffield Twp.) 



CHARLES C. SONGER 
P. 0. Box 98 
Pittsfield, Penna. 16340 
Telephone: Area-814-563-7853 



Berks 


Indiana 


Perry- 


Blair 


Juniata 


Schuylkill 


Cambria 


Lebanon 


Snyder 


Columbia 


Mifflin 


Union 


Dauphin 


Montour 




Huntingdon 


Northumberland 




Adams 


Fayette 


Philadelphia 


Bedford 


Franklin 


Somerset 


Bucks 


Fulton 


Washington 


Chester 


Greene 


York 


Cumberland 


Lancaster 




Delaware 


Montgomery- 




Clarion 


Forest 





HOWARD W. MARTIN 
321 N. Eighth Street 
Indiana, Penna. 15701 
Telephone : Area-412-463-0590 



JOHN A. LEFT 
981 Park Avenue 
Washington, Penna. 15301 
Telephone: Area-412-228-1942 



WILLIAM H. HI 

r. d. m. 

Rimersburg, Penna. 16248 
Telephone: Area-814-^73-3846 



Carbon 
Centre 
Clinton 
Clearfield 



Allegheny 



Lackawanna 
Lehigh 
Luzerne 
Lycoming 



Butler 
Lawrence 



Monroe 

Northhampton 

Pike 

Sullivan 

Wyoming 



CHARLES F. STRAUB 

P. 0. Box B 

DuBois, Penna. 15801 

Telephone: Area-814-3 71-4031 



JOHN H. GERG 
P. 0. Box 961 
Butler, Penna. 16001 
Telephone : Area-412-3 87-0980 



Venango 



Sheffield Twp. (Warren County) 



LEON W. GOBLE 

P. 0. Box 469 

224 North State Street 

Grove City, Penna. 16127 

Telephone: Area-412-458-666l 

WILLIAM E. SLEEMAN 
21 Van-Ettan Avenue 
Sheffield, Penna. 16347 
Telephone: Area-814-968-3753 



380 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF OIL & GAS 

ROOM 1205 - KOSSMAN BUILDING 

100 FORBES AVENUE 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 15222 

TELEPHONE: Area Code - 412-565-5075. 5076 

BRUCE E. ZIEGLER, CHIEF 

R. D. #L 

TIDIOUTE, PENNSYLVANIA 16351 



OIL AND GAS INSPECTORS AND DISTRICTS 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



9. Potter Bradford Wayne CLAUDE A. OLSON 

Tioga Susquehanna P. 0. Box 326 

#7 West Street 
Coudersport, Penna. 16915 
Telephone: Area-814-274-9827 

10. ELk Cameron Jefferson WILLIAM J. BURNS, JR. 

335 North Bamett Street 
Brookville, Penna. 15825 
Telephone : Area-814-S49-2445 

11. Armstrong Westmoreland RICHARD F. WALTHER 

630 Southview Drive 



Pittsburgh, Penna. 15226 
Telephone: Area-412-563-3656 



PETROLEUM ENGINEER CHARLES H. UPDEGRAFF 

Port Allegany Road 
Coudersport, Penna. 16915 
Telephone: Area-SH-274-9196 



January - December, 1975 



381 



382 



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QUARRIES 



Bureau of Surface Mine Reclamation 



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OPERATORS BY COUNTY 



ADAMS COUNTY 



Bethlehem Mines Corporation 

Martin Tower 

Bethlehem, Penna. 18016 



Glacial Sand and Gravel Corp. 

P.O. Box 10 

Kittanning, Penna. 16201 



Harry T. Campbell Sons' Co. 
Division of the Flintkote Co. 
P.O. Box 128, 
Gettysburg, Penna. 17325 

Glen-Gery Corporation 
East Canton Division 
P.O. Box 1656 
East Canton, Ohio 44730 

GAF Corporation 

Industrial Products Division 

Blue Ridge Summit, Penna. 17214 

ALLEGHENY COUNTY 



McShane Industries Inc. 
1910 Cochran Road 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 15220 

Fleck Coal Company 
4316 Campbells Run Road 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 15205 

ARMSTRONG COUNTY 

Emlenton Limestone Co. Inc. 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Penna. 16301 

Manor Minerals, Inc. 
265 S. Jefferson St. 
Kittanning, Penna. 16201 
2-P 

Allegheny Sand Inc. 
Benedum Trees Building 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 15222 

Davison Sand and Gravel Co. 
3rd Avenue and 4th Street 
New Kensington, Penna. 15068 

Penn-Dixie Industries, Inc. 

R.D. #2 

Cabot, Penna. 16023 



The Logan Clay Products Co. 

Logan 

Ohio 43138 

BEAVER COUNTY 

Dravo Corp. - Keystone Division 
One Oliver Plaza 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 15222 

Shippingport Sand and Gravel Co. 
Georgetown Plant 
355 Fifth Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 15222 

Darlington Brick and Clay Prod. C 
Darlington, Penna. 16115 

BEDFORD COUNTY 

New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. 
New Enterprise, Penna. 16655 

2-P 
Feight Brothers 
R.D. #2 
Everett, Penna. 15537 

BERKS COUNTY 

Pottstown Trap Rock Quarries Inc. 
#1 Quarry Road 
Douglassville, Penna. 19518 

The General Crushed Stone Co. 

P.O. Box 231 

Easton, Penna. 18042 

The John T. Dyer Quarry Co. 
Subsidiary of Warner Co. 
P.O. Box 188, R.D. #3 
Birdsboro, Penna. 19508 

Eastern Industries Inc. 
Box 3188 

Wescosville, Penna. 18106 
2-P 



390 



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BERKS COUNTY CONTINUED 



Allentown Portland Cement Co. 
Division of National Gypsum Co. 
Evansville, Penna. 19521 



C. D. Winters 
Box 239 
Kutztown, Penna. 



19530 



Berks Silica Sand Corporation 

2001 State Road 

Camp Hill, Penna. 17011 

E. J. Breneman, Inc. 

P.O. Box 478 

Pottstown, Penna. 19464 

Berks Products Corp. 
726 Spring Street 
Reading, Penna. 19603 

Martin Stone Quarries, Inc. 

P.O. Box 157 

Bechtelsville, Penna. 19505 



Narehcod Bros., Inc. 

Jones Bldg. 

Tyrone, Penna. 16686 

BRADFORD COUNTY 

Wysox Sand & Gravel Inc. 

Box 128 

Wysox, Penna. 18854 

Ralph M. Cook 
R.D. #2, Box 140 
Wysox, Penna. 18854 

Wrisley Excavating 
R.D. #2, Box 132 
Troy, Penna. 16947 

BUCKS COUNTY 

Edison Quarry 

R.D. #3 

Doylestown, Penna. 18901 



Glen-Gery Corporation 
East Canton Division 
P.O. Box 1656 
East Canton, Ohio 44730 
3-P 

Charles S. Gabel, Inc. 
217 N. Franklin St. 
Boyertown, Penna. 19512 

BIAIR COUNTY 

Jesse L. Hartman & Anna M. Good 
Trust Building 
Hollidaysburg, Penna. 16648 

J. Harold Ellenberger 
5911 California Avenue 
Altoona, Penna. 16602 



M & M Stone Co. 
P.O. Box 189 
Telford, Penna. 



18969 



H & K Materials Inc. 

Box 1 

Chalfont, Penna. 18914 

Eureka Stone Quarry, Inc. 
Lower St. Road 
Chalfont, Penna. 18914 
3-P 

Bucks County Crushed Stone, Inc. 
2301 Fifth Street 
Perkasie, Penna. 18944 

Better Materials Corporation 
Penns Park, Penna. 18943 



Grannas Bros. Stone & Asphalt Co. 
R.D. t 2, Box 309 
Hollidaysburg, Penna. 16648 

New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. 
New Enterprise, Pa. 16664 
2-P 



Miller Quarries 
Division of Miller 
1371 W. Street Road 
Warminster, Penna. 18974 

The General Crushed Stone Company 

P.O. Box 231 

Easton, Penna. 18942 



391 



BUCKS COUNTY CONTINUED 

Colony Materials 

P.O. Box 135 

Point Pleasant, Penna. 18950 

Warner Company 
1721 Arch Street 
Philadelphia, Penna. 19103 
2-P 

New Hope Crushed Stone and Lime Co. 

Phillips Mill Road 

New Hope, Penna. 18938 

American Olean Tile Company Inc. 
Lewisport, Kentucky 42351 

BUTLER COUNTY 



North American Refractories Co. 
Research Center 
Curwensville, Penna. 16833 

Refractory Sand Co., Inc. 
Ringtown, Penna. 17967 

Huss Contracting Company 
Ringtown, Penna. 17967 

CENTRE COUNTY 

Herbert R. Imbt, Inc. 

P.O. Box 155 

State College, Penna. 16801 

Neidigh Bros. Limestone Company, Inc. 

813 W. Beaver Avenue 

State College, Penna. 16801 



Sechan Limestone Industries, Inc. 
R.D. #1 

Porter sville, Penna. 16051 
2-P 

Allegheny Mineral Corp. 

P.O. Box 10 

Kittanning, Penna. 16201 

Cooper Bros. 

R.D. #2 

Slippery Rock, Penna. 16057 

H. W. Cooper 

R.D. #2 

Slippery Rock, Penna. 16057 

Emlenton Limestone Co. Inc. 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Penna. 16301 

CARBON COUNTY 

Aggregates, Inc. 

P.O. Box 161 

Palmerton, Penna. 18071 

Alliance Sand Companv 
R.D. #1, Box 73E. 
Palmerton, Penna. 18071 



CHESTER COUNTY 

The Liberty Corp. 
Box 174 
Norristown, Penna. 



19401 



Martin Marietta Corp. 
66 Long Clove Road 
Congers, New York 10920 



Albert Rotunno 
48 Oakland Avenue 
West Grove, Penna. 



19390 



Cain Building Stone Corp. 

R.D. #1 

Zion Grove, Penna. 17985 



Warner Company 
1721 Arch Street 
Philadelphia, Penna. 



19103 



The General Crushed Stone Co. 

P.O. Box 231 

Easton, Penna. 18042 

CLARION COUNTY 

Allegheny Mineral Corp. 

P.O. Box 10 

Kittanning, Penna. 16201 



392 



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CLARION COUNTY CONTINUED 



COLUMBIA COUNTY 



Glacial Sand & Gravel Co. 

P.O. Box 10 

Kittanning, Penna. 16201 

Zacherl Coal Company Inc. 
Lucinda, Penna. 16235 

Ancient Sun Inc. 

P.O. Box 129 

Shippenville, Penna. 16254 

CLEARFIELD COUNTY 



Bloomsburg Sand & Gravel Co., Inc. 
R.D. #2, 

Bloomsburg, Penna. 17815 
2-P 

Fishingcreek Construction Co. 

R.D. #4 

Bloomsburg, Penna. 17815 

Lycoming Silica Sand Co. 
420 Broad Street 
Montoursville , Penna. 17754 



Emlenton Limestone Company 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Penna. 16301 



James T. Crissman, 
P.O. Box 274 
Clearfield, Penna. 



Inc. 



16830 



Harbison Walker Refractories Co. 
Mineral Springs, Penna. 16855 

6-P 
Reese Bros. 
709 McAteer St. 
Houtzdale, Penna. 16651 

Crescent Brick Company, Inc. 

P.O. Box 1110 

Clearfield, Penna. 16830 

CLINTON COUNTY 

Lycoming Silica Sand Co. 
420 Broad Street 
Montoursville, Penna. 17754 

Fink and Stackhouse Inc. 
2325 Newberry Street 
Williamsport, Penna. 17701 



Mill Hall Clay Products, 

44 Market Street 

Mill Hall, Penna. 16854 

Faylor-Middlecreek Inc. 

P.O. Box 44 

Winfield, Penna. 17889 



Inc. 



CRAWFORD COUNTY 

Virgil Foust 

R.D. #1 

Conneaut Lake, Penna. 



16316 



Danf orth & Wood 

R.D. #3 

Conneaut Lake, Penna. 16316 

Hasbrouck Sand & Gravel 

R. 4 

Titusville, Penna. 16354 

Conneaut Lake Sand & Gravel Inc. 

Box 93 

Slippery Rock, Penna. 16057 

2-P 
Emlenton Limestone Company 
P.O. Box 1128 
Oil City, Penna. 16301 

2-P 
W. L. Dunn Construction Company 
Adams Street 
Cochranton, Penna. 16314 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY 

Locust Point Quarries Inc. 

P.O. Box 1280 

Mechanicsburg , Penna. 17055 

Valley Quarries Inc. 

R.D. #8 

Chambersburg, Penna. 17201 

Pennsy Supply Inc. 
1001 Paxton St. 
Harrisburg, Penna. 17105 
2-P 



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CUMBERLAND COUNTY CONTINUED 



FAYETTE COUNTY 



Union Quarries, Inc. 
Bonny Brook Quarry 
P.O. Box 686 
Carlisle, Penna. 17013 



Commercial Stone Co. Inc. 
P.O. Box 208 

Belle Vernon, Penna. 15012 
2-P 



Hempt Bros. Inc. 
205 Creek Road 
Camp Hill, Penna. 

DAUPHIN COUNTY 



17011 
4-P 



Hempt Bros. , Inc. 

205 Creek Road 

Camp Hill, Penna. 17011 



Kaiser Refractories 

P.O. Box 60 

Frostburg, Maryland 21532 

Harbison-Walker Refractories Co. 
Mineral Springs, Penna. 16855 

FOREST COUNTY 



Fay lor Middlecreek, Inc. 

P.O. Box 44 

Winfield, Penna. 17889 

Blue Mountain Building Stone 
Route 2, Box 858 
Annville, Penna. 17003 

Pennsy Supply Inc. 
1001 Paxton Street 
Harrisburg, Penna. 17105 
3-P 

DELAWARE COUNTY 



Jack J. Kuntz 

East Hickory, Penna. 16321 

Tionesta Sand and Gravel 

Box 208 

Hawthorn, Penna. 16230 

FRANKLTN COUNTY 

Mt.Cydonia Sand 

Division of Valley Quarries, Inc. 
R.D. #1 

Fayetteville, Penna. 17222 
2-P 



The General Crushed Stone Co. 

P.O. Box 231 

Easton, Penna. 18042 

ERIE COUNTY 

Union City Sand and Gravel Inc. 

Box 168 

Union City, Penna. 16438 

Joseph Arendash 

R.D. #3 

Conneautville, Penna. 16406 



New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. 
New Enterprise, Penna. 16664 

Valley Quarries, Inc. 

R.D. #8 

Chambersburg, Penna. 17201 

FULTON COUNTY 

H. B. Mellott Estate 
328 North Second Street 
McConnellsburg, Penna. 17233 
2-P 



Hoover Sand and Gravel Co. 

R.D. #1 

Troupe Road 

Harbor Creek, Penna. 16421 

Ganzer Sand and Gravel 
2412 Saltsman Road 
Erie, Penna. 16510 



HUNTINGDON COUNTY 

New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. 

New Enterprise, Penna. 16664 

3-P 

Warner Company 
1721 Arch Street 
Philadelphia, Penna. 19103 



394 



HUNTINGDON COUNTY CONTINUED 



Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp. 
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia 25411 

INDIANA COUNTY 

Eidemiller Enterprises Inc. 

R.D. #8 

Greensburg, Penna. 15601 

JKErEKSON COUNTY 

David P. Glenn 

Box 77 

Corsica, Penna. 15829 

The Brockway Clay Co. 
Brockway, Penna. 15824 

Mervin J. Mams 

R.D. #4 

Box 113 

Punxsutawney, Penna. 15767 



JUNIATA COUNTY 



Binkley & Ober, Inc. 

East Petersburg, Penna. 17520 

A. G. Kurtz & Sons, Inc. 

R.D. #3 

Denver, Penna. 17517 

The Blue Ball Stone Company 
Blue Ball, Penna. 17506 

David M. Burkholder Inc. 

R.D. #3 

Ephrata, Penna. 17522 

Lancaster Lime and Stone Corp. 
930 Pointview Avenue 
Ephrata, Penna. 17522 

Rohrer's Quarry, Inc. 

R.D. #3 

Lititz, Penna. 17543 

J. Miller Eshleman & Son, Inc. 

Box 295 

Landisville, Penna. 17538 



D. E. Smith, Inc. 
R.D. #2 Box 105 
Mifflintown, Penna. 



17059 



H. R. Miller Co., Inc. 
1756 Wabank Road 
Lancaster, Penna. 17603 



LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Jackson Crushed Stone Inc. 

729 Lincoln Street 

Dickson City, Penna. 18519 

Godino's West Mountain Stone Quarry 
444 St. Cabrini Avenue 
Scranton, Penna. 18501 

Eureka Stone Quarry Inc. 
Lower St. Road 
Chalfont, Penna. 18914 

LANCASTER COUNTY 



Compass Quarries Inc. 

P.O. Box 160 

Honey Brook, Penna. 19344 



J. M. Brenner Co. 
1340 Loop Road 
Lancaster, Penna. 



17603 



Union Quarries Inc. 

P.O. Box 686 

Carlisle, Penna. 17013 

Narvon Mines 

Keller Avenue and Fruitville Pike 

Lancaster, Penna. 17603 



D. M. Stoltzfus & Son, Inc. 
Talmage, Penna. 17580 
3-P 



Milton Grove Sand, Inc. 
East Petersburg, Penna. 



17520 



Gerhart Road Materials Inc. 

P.O. Box 232 

Lititz, Penna. 17543 



395 



LAWRENCE COUNTY 



Mahoning Valley Sand Company 
P.O. Box 1236 
New Castle, Penna. 16102 
3-P 

Medusa Cement Co. 

Box 37 

Wampum, Penna. 16157 

Vanport Stone Inc. 
P.O. Box 144 
Edinburg, Penna. 16116 

Vanport Sand and Gravel Inc. 

P.O. Box 144 

Edinburg, Penna. 16116 

New Castle Lime and Stone Company 

R.D. #1 

Edinburg, Penna. 16116 

Allegheny Mineral Corp. 

P.O. Box 10 

Kittanning, Penna. 16201 

Superior Sand and Supply Co. 

R.D. #5 

New Castle, Penna. 16105 



Ralph A. Veon, Inc. 

Box 326 

Darlington, Penna. 16115 

D. M. Boyd Co. 
226 Francis Street 
Volant, Penna. 16156 

LEBANON COUNTY 

H. J. Smith & Son Inc. 

R.D. #1 

Box 200 

Chester, Penna. 19016 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation 
Bethlehem, Penna. 18016 

Calcite Quarry Corporation 

P.O. Box 629 

R.D. #1 

Lebanon, Penna. 17042 

Sheridan Slag Company 
Route 72 and Sand Hill Road 
Lebanon, Penna. 17042 

LEHIGH COUNTY 



Ellwood Stone Company 

Box 791 

Ellwood City, Penna. 



16117 



Jack M. Randall 
R.D. #3, Box 325 

New Castle, Penna. 16105 

H. W. Cooper Sons 

Taylor Run Plant 

R.D. #2 

Slippery Rock, Penna. 16057 

Joseph DePola 

1 E. Sheridan Avenue 

New Castle, Penna. 16105 

McQuiston Coal Co. 

120 E. Maitland Lane 

New Castle, Penna. 16105 



Eastern Industries, 
Box 3188 
Wescosville, Penna. 



Inc. 



18106 
2-P 



The Whitehall Cement Mfg. Co. 
5160 Main Street 
Whitehall, Penna. 18052 
2-P 

Roy J. Kern 
2575 Main Street 
Schnecksville, Penna. 18078 

Lehigh Stone Company 

R #1, 

Coplay, Penna. 18037 

Coplay Cement Mfg. Co. 
Nazareth, Penna. 18064 



Penn Big Bed Slate Co. 

P.O. Box 184 

Slatington, Penna. 18080 



396 



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LUZERNE COUNTY 



The General Crushed Stone Company 

P.O. Box 231 

Easton, Penna. 18042 



John Morgan Sack II 

Box 640 

Kane, Penna. 16735 



American Asphalt Paving Company 

Box 95 

R.D. #5 

Shavertown, Penna. 18708 

Coolbaugh Sand and Stone Inc. 
378 State Road 
Dupont, Penna. 18641 

Honey Hole Sand and Stone 

P.O. Box 40 

Hazleton, Penna. 18201 

Hunlock Sand and Gravel Co. 

R.D. #1 

Box 275A 

Hunlock Creek, Penna. 18621 



MERCER COUNTY 

McCrady Incorporated 

Box 11566 

Pittsburgh, Penna. 15238 

Greenville Materials Inc. 

Box 245 

Greenville, Penna. 16125 

Alvin Taylor 

Box 661 

Sharon, Penna. 16146 

Ralph M. Risch 
110 S. Pike Road 
Sarver, Penna. 16055 



Airport Sand and Gravel Co. 
500 Swetland Lane 
Wyoming, Penna. 18644 



Dunbar Slag Co., Inc. 

P.O. Box 666 

Sharon, Penna. 16146 



J. A. AND W. A. Hess Inc. 

P.O. Box 645 

Hazleton, Penna. 18201 

A. Barletta & Sons 

P.O. Box 40 

Hazleton, Penna. 18201 

LYCOMING COUNTY 

Lycoming Silica Sand Co. 
420 Broad Street 
Montoursville, Penna. 17754 
3-P 



MIFFLIN COUNTY 

C. J. Peachey 

R #1, 

Belleville, Penna. 17004 

Faylor-Middlecreek Inc. 
P.O. Box 44 

Winfield, Penna. 17889 
3-P 

General Paving & Const. Inc. 

Box 66 

Burnham, Penna. 17009 



MCKEAN COUNTY 

Hanley Company 

12 Hanley Drive 

Lewis Run, Penna. 16738 

Emlenton Limestone Co. 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Penna. 16301 



Derry Limestone Co. Inc. 
R.D. #1, Box 24-A 
Lewistown, Penna. 17044 

MONROE COUNTY 



Herbert R. Imbt, Inc. 

P.O. Box 155 

State College, Penna. 16801 



397 



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MONROE COUNTY CONTINUED 



NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 



Eastern Industries, Inc. 

Box 3188 

Wescosville, Penna. 18106 

Eureka Stone Quarry Inc. 
Lower St. Road 
Chalfont, Penna. 18914 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

Glasgow, Inc. 
Glenside, Penna. 19038 
2-P 

Mignatti Construction Co. 
2310 Terwood Drive 
Huntingdon Valley, Penna. 19006 
2-P 

Gill Quarries Inc. 
Box 187 

Fairview Village, Penna. 19434 
2-P 

Pottstown Trap Rock Quarries 

1 Quarry Road 

Douglassville, Penna. 19518 

Kihblehouse Quarries Inc. 

Drawer "E" 

Bridgeport, Penna. 19405 

G. & W. H. Corson, Inc. 
Plymouth Meeting, Penna. 19462 

M & M Stone Co. 

P.O. Box 189 

Telford, Penna. 18969 

Montgomery Stone Quarry 
Upper State Road 
Montgomeryville, Penna. 18936 



Lone Star Industries, Inc. 
162 Old Mill Road 
West Nyack, New York 10994 
2-P 

Doney Slate Co. 

R.D. #1 

Pen Argyl, Penna. 18072 

Hercules Cement Company 
Bethlehem, Penna. 18018 

Universal Atlas Cement 
600 Grant St. 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 15222 

Perm Dixie Industries, Inc. 

Box 152 

Nazareth, Penna. 18064 

Coplay Cement Mfg. Co. 
Nazareth, Penna. 18064 

Keystone Portland Cement Co. 
Bath, Penna. 18014 

Alpha Aggregates 

15 S. 3rd St. 

Easton, Penna. 18042 

Anthony Dally & Sons, Inc. 
Pen Argyl, Penna. 18072 

Albion Vein Slate Co. Inc. 

Box 67 

Bangor, Penna. 18013 

Diamond Slate Co. 

R.D. #1 

West Pen Argyl, Penna. 18072 

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY 



MONTOUR COUNTY 

Lycoming Silica Sand Co. 
420 Broad Street 
Montoursville, Penna. 17754 
2-P 



Central Builders Supply Co. 

P.O. Box 152 

Sunbury, Penna. 17801 

Glen Gery Corp. 

227 North 5th Street 

Reading, Penna. 19605 



398 



10 



NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY CONTINUED 



Watsontown Brick Company 

Box 68 

Watsontown, Penna. 17777 

Faylor-Middlecreek Inc. 

P.O. Box 44 

Winfield, Penna. 17889 

Bear Gap Stone, Inc. 

R.D. #1 

Elysburg,- Penna. 17824 

Meckley's Limestone Prod. 

R.D. #1 

Herndon, Penna. 17830 

PERRY COUNTY 



Inc. 



Refractory Sand Co. Inc. 
Ringtown, Penna. 17967 

SNYDER COUNTY 

National Limestone Quarry, Inc. 

Box 397 

Middleburg, Penna. 17842 

SOMERSET COUNT Y 

New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. 

New Enterprise, Penna. 16664 

2-P 

Keystone Lime Co. 
Springs, Penna. 15562 



Four Forty One Corp. 
1001 Paxton St. 
Harrisburg, Penna. 17105 

PIKE COUNTY 



Pike County Sand and Gravel 
100 4th Street 
Honesdale, Penna. 18431 

Home Smith International Limited 
Box 1000 
Hemlock Farms 
Hawley, Penna. 18428 

Eureka Stone Quarry 
Lower St. Road 
Chalfont, Penna. 18914 

SCHHYLKTLL COUNTY 

Alstate Schuylkill Co. 

P.O. Box 95 

Cressona, Penna. 17929 



General Refractories Co. 
Room 3000 
600 Grant St. 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 15222 

SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY 

Kirk S. Hinkley 

7 Susquehanna Avenue 

Hallstead, Penna. 18822 

UNION COUNTY 

Glen Gery Corporation 
227 North 5th St. 
Reading, Penna. 19605 
2-P 

Faylor-Middlecreek Inc. 
P.O. Box 44 

Winfield, Penna. 17889 
2-P 

VENANGO COUNTY 



Summit Quarries Inc. 

P.O. Box 84 

Summit Station, Penna. 

Huss Contracting Co. 
Ringtown, Penna. 17967 



17979 



Emlenton Limestone Co . , Inc . 
P.O. Box 1128 
Oil City, Penna. 16301 
4-P 

Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp. 
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia 25411 



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Lewis Phillips 

910 Rocky Grove Ave. 

Franklin, Penna. 16323 



Wayne Crushed Stone Inc. 
3100 N. Main Ave. 
Scranton, Penna. 18508 



Vincent Excavating And Gravel 

R.D. #3 

Franklin, Penna. 16323 

Tionesta Sand and Gravel Inc. 

Box 208 

Hawthorn, Penna. 16230 

B. Jean Strawbridge 

R.D. #2 

Titusville, Penna. 16354 

Oil City Sand and Gravel Co. 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Penna. 16301 

WARREN COUNTY 



Keystone Pavement & Const. Co. 
Lake Ariel, Penna. 18436 

George F. Edwards 

Box 174 

Elmhurst, Penna. 18416 

Weidner Concrete Co. 
100 4th Street 
Honesdale, Penna. 18431 

WESTMORELAND COUNTY 



Eidemiller Enterprises Inc. 
R.D. #8, Box 99 
Greensburg, Penna. 15601 
2-P 



Emlenton Limestone Co. 
P.O. Box 1128 
Oil City, Penna. 16301 
3-P 

Shermac Company 

Box 208 

Hawthorn, Penna. 16230 

Warren Sand and Gravel Co. 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Penna. 16301 

Brokenstraw Gravel Company 

Box 77 

Pittsfield, Penna. 16340 

General Concrete Products Corp. 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Penna. 16301 

Tionesta Sand and Gravel, Inc. 

Box 208 

Hawthorn, Penna. 16230 



West Perm Quarries, Inc. 
115 S. Market St. 
Ligonier, Penna. 15658 

Commercial Stone Co. 

P.O. Box 208 

Belle Vernon, Penna. 15012 

Penn Aggregates 

R.D. #1 

Irwin, Penna. 15642 

Paul Kendi & Sons, Inc. 

R.D. #3 

Mt. Pleasant, Penna. 15666 



M. Carl Hoover 
R.D. #4, Box 165 
Greensburg, Penna. 

WYOMING COUNTY 



15601 



Wyoming Sand and Stone Co. 
Falls, Penna. 18615 



WAYNE COUNTY 



YORK COUNTY 



Eureka Stone Quarry Inc. 
Lower St. Road 
Chalfont, Penna. 18914 



York Stone & Supply Co. 
Roosevelt Ave. at Fans Street 
P.O. Box 1948 
York Penna. 17405 
2-P 



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Thomasville Stone and Lime Company 

Box #23 

Thcmasville, Penna. 17364 

Standard Concrete Products Co. 
700 North Sherman Street 
York, Penna. 17405 

Codorus Stone and Supply Co. 

R.D. #5 

York, Penna. 17402 

National Gypsum Company 
325 Delaware Avenue 
Buffalo, New York 14202 

Medusa Cement Co. 
Cleveland Ohio 44141 

The J. E. Baker Company 

Box 1189 

York, Penna. 17405 

White Pigment Corporation 
61 Main Street 
Proctor, Vermont 05765 

Kline's Quarry Inc. 

Box 130 

Wrightsville, Penna. 17368 

Glen-Gery Corporation 
227 North 5th Street 
Reading, Penna. 19605 

Pennsy Supply Inc. 
1001 Paxton Street 
Harrisburg, Penna. 17105 



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